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Astronomers find the Wolfe Disk, an unlikely galaxy, in the distant universe
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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23 May 2020
On 23 May 2020 CNN reported:
Astronomers have spotted a massive disk galaxy, not unlike our own, that formed 12.5 billion years ago when our 13.8 billion-year-old universe was only a tenth of its current age. ... This discovery is challenging how astronomers think about galaxy formation in the early universe. It's known as Galaxy DLA0817g, but astronomers nicknamed it the Wolfe Disk after late astronomer Arthur M. Wolfe, former doctoral advisor to three of the study's four authors. It represents the most distant rotating disk galaxy they have ever observed...
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