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These ancient galaxies are far brighter than expected. Does that signal a cosmic turning point?

By staring at the sky for over 200 hours, the Spitzer Space Telescope collected light that finally reached Earth after a 13-billion-year voyage through space. Continue reading

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Black hole photos could get even clearer with space-based telescopes

The first-ever photo of a black hole amazed people across the world. Continue reading

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