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Astronomers spot 11 billion years old supernovae

Posted on Thursday, July 09 2009 @ 21:27:58 CEST by


Astronomers have discovered the furthest two supernovae, these stars exploded about 2.5 billion years after the Big Bang.
The scientists described in the journal Nature how they gathered images of the exploding stars by monitoring the same galaxies over five years.

They used multiple images to pick out supernovae in the distant Universe. The furthest two supernovae the team found occurred about 11 billion years ago.

Mark Sullivan, an astronomer from the University of Oxford in the UK, was one of the authors of the study. He explained that these stars exploded about 2.5 billion years after the Big Bang.
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