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Indian astronomers discovered one of the farthest ‘star galaxies in the universe

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New Delhi: Indian astronomers have discovered one of the farthest star galaxies in the universe, estimated to be 9.3 billion light years away from Earth, it informed the Department of Space, Government of India.
This is a historic achievement for the country’s first multi-wavelength space observatory “Astrosat”.
“As a landmark achievement in space missions, Indian astronomers have discovered one of the farthest star galaxies in the universe,” the Department of Space wrote in a statement.
Talking about the achievement, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Jitendra Singh said, “It is a matter of pride that India’s first multi-wavelength space observatory” Astrosat “has detected extreme-UV light from a 9.3 billion light galaxy Is detected – years away from Earth. ”
He said the discovery of a galaxy called AUDFs01 was conducted by the Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) Pune, Dr. It was done by a team of astronomers led by Kanak Saha.
According to the department, the importance and “uniqueness of this original discovery” can be excluded from the fact that it is reported in the leading international journal “Nature Astronomy” published from the UK.
Director of the Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) Drs. Somak Ray Chaudhary said that this discovery is “a very important clue” as to how the dark ages of the universe ended and there was light in the universe. “We should know when it started, but it is very difficult to find early sources of light,” he said.

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