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New Record for Directly Measuring Astronomical Distances beyond our Local Supercluster – 450 million light years – with only 9% uncertainty

20 Feb 2011, 01:30 UTC
New Record for Directly Measuring Astronomical  Distances beyond our Local Supercluster – 450 million light years – with only 9% uncertainty
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The new record for the farthest object whose distance was directly measured is 450 million light years with an uncertainty of no more than 9 percent. Our Milky Way galaxy is only 100,000 light years across. 450 million light years … Continue reading →

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