ALMA Found the Most Remote Galaxy in Our Universe with Ancient Stardust

Using the ESA’s Atacama Large Millimeter/ submillimeter Array (ALMA), scientists have found the most remote galaxy in our Universe full of gas and dust from an ancient supernova. The supernovae dated back to the period when our Universe was only 600 million years old.

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