Light leaking from a distant galaxy hints at a cosmic makeover’s origins

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November 7, 2019
Ultraviolet light slips through a hole in a distant galaxy’s gas. Older galaxies might have used the trick to ionize most of the universe’s hydrogen. Read more
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