Created 06/29/2011 - 1 year ago
LOS ANGELES -- A team of European astronomers, glimpsing back in time to when the universe was just a youngster, says it has detected the most distant and earliest quasar yet. Light from this brilliant, starlike object took nearly 13 billion years to reach Earth, meaning the quasar existed when t...
RT @Pilot_Magazine: Monster Quasar found 13 billion light years away powered by a black hole 2 billion times larger than the sun http://t.co/sCQThn3
Technology is just as important for continuous advances in astronomy as it is for #sustainability: http://t.co/m9BPlRy
RT @HuffPostGreen: The black hole powering this 'monster' quasar was 2 billion times more massive than the sun http://huff.to/mqFRYZ
RT @HuffPostGreen: European Astronomers Detect Massive Quasar From a Black Hole 2 Billion Times Large than the Sun http://huff.to/mqFRYZ
@PatrikMarcus - så jäävla ljust!! “@HuffingtonPost: The brightest object ever discovered http://t.co/5l46Ldx”