Topic: Martin Rees
Astronomers have detected a luminous galaxy some 5.7 billion light years away that produces about 740 new stars each year.
Astronomers identify a giant cluster of galaxies 5.7 billion light-years from Earth. At its core new stars are being formed at a rate that could explain how supermassive black holes govern a galaxy's growth.
Astrophysicist Martin Rees, a man of 'no religious beliefs,' was awarded the Templeton Prize for helping humanity address 'fundamental questions of our nature and existence.'
04/06/2011 09:49 am
Column: Anniversary events mark discoveries in astronomy and evolution.
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