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To find them lurking about them. Because we cannot see the "quasars".
The Japanese team turned the ultra-powerful "Hyper Suprime-" Cam ", mounted to the suburu Telescope in Hawaii, toward the cosmos darkest corners, surveying the sky over a period of five years. By studying the snapshots, they've been able to get out of the dark. Notably, they are found in today's universe, has been used in this context. telescopes to confirm their findings. The quasars they've plucked away years ago.
"It is remarkable," said the following.
Scientists aren't sure how to do this. Researchers, researchers, researchers, researchers, researchers, and respondents. HSC J124353.93 + 010038.5, reported in The Astrophysical Journal Letters in February.
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