Space scientists find evidence of objects that created our present galaxy clusters

April 2, 2015 11:59 AM

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Combining the strengths of the Herschel Space Observatory and the Planck Satellite, space scientists have found objects in the distant universe when such object was just three billion years old, with indications that this object created the clusters of galaxies we have in our Milky Way today.

“Because we are looking so far back in time, and because the the universe is assumed to be homogenous in all directions, we think it’s very similar to looking at the equivalent of what a baby cluster might look like,” said Brenda L. Frye, an assistant astronomer at the University of Arizona’s Stewar...

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