Scientists capture radio signal from galaxy 9 billion light-years away
Scientists from McGill University and Indian Institute of Science have made this groundbreaking discovery
Scientists have made a groundbreaking discovery by capturing radio signals from a galaxy located almost 9 billion light-years away from the Earth, according to space.com. This is the first time that a signal of this nature has been received from such a distance. The scientists were able to detect the signals by using a unique wavelength known as the "21-centimetre line" or the "hydrogen line," which is emitted by neutral hydrogen atoms.
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