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Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting

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Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting

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Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting

Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting

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Astronauts outfitted the Hubble Space Telescope with a powerful new camera last year. Now it has spotted the most distant galaxies known to science. Science News writer Ron Cowen chats about this and other news presented at the American Astronomical Society meeting this week. More information.

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