Date: 6 months ago   Category: Space

Hubble opened the brightest quasar of the Universe


Emitted light is equivalent to 600 trillion Sun. The celestial body in 12.8 million kilometers from Earth is located. Astronomers from Arizona State University in the USA found the brightest quasar of J043947.08 163415.7 which is located in the early Universe. Scientists claim that around it time slows down. About it it is noted on the website Hubble. The celestial body managed to be found thanks to the observatory located in Hawaii. Light radiated by a quasar is equivalent to 600 trillion Sun. So high brightness of an object is explained by a linzirovaniye - that is gravitation of the celestial bodies located nearby Earth affects a quasar as magnifying glass. Before it was considered to be that such radiation sources only in the far Universe can be located while this quasar is in the early Universe. Earlier it was reported that astronomers removed the most remote object of the Solar system. Around a star the celestial body makes a whole revolution in more than 1000 years. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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