NASA congratulates Indian astronomers on Star Galaxy discovery | India News

NASA congratulates Indian astronomers on Star Galaxy discovery |  India News
Washington DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Congratulations to Indian astronomers for finding the farthest one Star The galaxies in the universe are 9.3 billion light-years away Earth.
Speaking to ANI on Tuesday, NASA described the discovery as an attempt to further improve human understanding. NASA appreciates the researchers’ exciting discovery, NASA’s Public Affairs Officer Felicia Cha told AN ANI.
“Science is a collaborative effort around the world, and discoveries like these help humanity to have a better understanding of where we come from, where we go, and where we are alone.”
India’s first multi-wavelength space observatory, Astrosat, has detected ultraviolet light from a galaxy 9.3 billion light-years from Earth. Inter University Center for Astronomy and Astronomy (IUCAA) Dr. from Pune.
India’s Astrosat / UVIT has been able to achieve this unique feature because the background noise on the UVIT detector is less than one Hubble Space Telescope US-based NASA.
“This discovery is an important indication of how the Dark Ages of the universe came to an end and how light came into the universe,” said IUCAA Director Dr. Said Somak Ray Chadhari. “We need to know when it started, but it is very difficult to find early sources of light,” he said.
India’s first space observatory was launched on September 28, 2015 by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
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