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Gravitionally Lensed Light Caused By Ancient Massive Galaxy Cluster

6 Jul 2012, 17:10 UTC
Gravitionally Lensed Light Caused By Ancient Massive Galaxy Cluster
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An odd arc of light has led to one of the newest cosmology discoveries to come from the Hubble telescope: a massive, ancient galaxy cluster. [More]

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