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Smiling Galaxy Cluster Found in Space!

That’s some intense gravitation lensing! A cluster of galaxies was recently discovered by the Hubble Telescope (AKA, uber relevant to class!) that appears to take on the shape of a bright smiling face. The galaxy cluster, known asĀ SDSS J1038+4849, recently had the above picture taken by said telescope. While it may appear to us that […] Continue reading Continue reading

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