All galaxies are surrounded by a peculiar halo of scattered ancient … the first stars of the Universe.
Scientists have found huge luminous halos surrounding the detected galaxies.
Experts say that they represent ancient ambient light, which keeps the secrets of the multi-billion dollar evolution, and can also tell about the birth and death of the very first stars in the Universe. Information about the research staff provided for the publication of MNRA
Jorrit Mattie, who is an employee of Leiden University, was studying the properties simanovskogo radiation, which helped to consider the light halos surrounding the detected galaxies. According to the scientist, they are located at a distance of 11 billion light years from Earth. Now scientists intend to find out the reason for the “dullness” of light photons in halos.
Experts say that the study of these halos will help in the determination of formation rate of stars in the past, and to ascertain the birth and death of the very first galaxies in the universe.
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