Most distant cosmic jet discovered 13 billion light-years away

Ashley Strickland of CNN –

It has taken 13 billion years for the light from the powerful jets of a distant object to reach us.

These jets, the most distant known source of radio emission to date, are coming from a recently discovered quasar that existed when the universe was only 780 million years old, an adolescent on the astronomical timescale.


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