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Quasar was formed when the Universe’s age was only seven per cent of the current.
Scientists from the National radio astronomy Observatory in the United States found the most striking object in the early Universe is a quasar that is 13 billion light years from Earth.
This quasar was formed when the Universe’s age was only seven percent from the current, writes the Internet-the edition with reference to .
For typical quasars, jets of plasma that burst from the centre. They are very visible in the RF spectrum. That was the message that emanated from the newly discovered quasar, called PSO J352.4034-15.3373 (P352-15 for short), which was discovered by the radio telescope Very Long Baseline Array. He, like most quasars, two such plasma jets.
The light of quasars can be used to study the intergalactic medium. This is due to the fact that hydrogen changes the spectrum of light in its long journey to Earth.
“We see the object P352-15, which appeared when the Universe was less than a billion years. It was at the end of the period when the first stars and galaxies re-ionizable neutral hydrogen atoms that permeated the intergalactic space. Further observations may enable us to use this quasar as a background for measuring the amount of neutral hydrogen at that time,” said astrophysicist Chris Carilli from the National radio astronomy Observatory.The large distance between P352-15 and the Ground has not yet been possible to determine the mass and dimensions of the associated galaxy, but now, as they note, we can say that P352-15 is the brightest source of radio waves in the young Universe, whose power is ten times higher than that of all other objects known to astronomers.