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What are the distant galaxies | Earth, Solar System and Universe.


The most distant galaxies are more than 13,000 million years light, almost on the edge of the visible universe. Its light has taken all this time to reach us. This means that we see such and as they were made more than 13 billion years, only 500 million years after the Big Bang. For this reason, more distant galaxies are also the oldest in the universe.
The most distant galaxy discovered so far is the Abell 1835 IR1916. It lies behind the cluster Abell 1835, in the Virgo constellation. It was discovered in 2007 by European scientists, from the VLT in Chile. 13.200 million years is light and increasingly more moves.


Quasars are distant galaxies with a powerful black hole at its Center. They are very young, typical galaxies in the early universe. They are more than 12 billion years light.
They are the most powerful and brilliant universe objects. Although its light comes very weak, they can be up to a trillion times brighter than our Sun. They emit an enormous amount of radiation. Eventually, his black hole ceases to be active. It is possible that many galaxies were quasars in the past.
The first quasars were discovered in the 1950s and known today more than 100,000. Although they remain mysterious objects.
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