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billion-year-old

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  • Richard Ellis at the California Institute of Technology is troubled because Illingworth's team originally found three 13.2 billion-year-old galaxies and then withdrew their original study.

    PHOTOS: Oldest Galaxy Ever Discovered

  • The landscape in Iceland was intimidating and brutal: geysers, waterfalls, billion-year-old moss-covered lava.

    Penn Badgley's Favorite Travel Haunts

  • A team of scientists led by Cristina Chiappini of the Astrophysical Institute Potsdam in Germany reanalyzed data from the Very Large Telescope of a 12-billion-year-old star cluster.

    Study: First stars were massive, fast-spinning

  • Aboard a ship called The Long View, Bandicut and his band of exiles journey not just into the perils of a star-forming nebula, but into confrontation with a billion-year-old adversary of life as they know it.

    Free eBook: Sunborn by Jeffrey A. Carver (Multiple Formats)

  • For a 4.5 billion-year-old solar system, that's practically tomorrow.

    When Worlds Collide

  • Suriname is part of the Guayana Shield a two billion-year-old Pre-Cambrian formation that stretches over eastern Venezuela, Guayana, Suriname and northern Brazil.

    Suriname

  • This billion-year-old drama explains how malaria came to be a green disease.

    Parasite Rex

  • There are billion-year-old secrets at the University of Pennsylvania, but they are well hidden from view in the laboratory of a biologist named David Roos.

    Parasite Rex

  • Well, as bk pointed out fusion power is a mechanism that allows for billion-year-old suns.

    Freshwater: October 29, 2009. - The Panda's Thumb

  • They gape at the discovery that different layers of this 4.5 billion-year-old star rotate at different speeds.

    Mysteries Of The Sun

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