Astronomers Use ALMA And Gravitational Lensing To See A Distant Galaxy
Using gravitational lensing, scientists found a nursery of stars located more than 11.6 billion light years from Earth. The technique combined a “much closer” galaxy as the natural telescope, and ALMA, or the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array.
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