Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have discovered a galaxy that could make us revise our cosmology models. It's a galaxy named CEERS-1749, which could be the farthest galaxy to date. Astronomers have nicknamed this galaxy Schrodinger's galaxy because it could be at two places at once. But how is that even possible? What makes this far-flung galaxy so unique? And how does it pose a challenge to our current models of physics?
The 20th episode of the Sunday Discovery Series explains everything in detail.
All Episodes Of The Series: https://bit.ly/369kG4p
Basics of Astrophysics series: https://bit.ly/3xII54M
Research Paper: https://bit.ly/3SNQako
GLz-13 Paper: https://bit.ly/3Siw2qf
GLz-13 Episode: https://bit.ly/3zYobpu
HD1 Paper: https://bit.ly/3pgBuwE
Quiescent galaxies: https://bit.ly/3w3VA0N
List of farthest objects found to date: https://bit.ly/2HZ8VRK
Redshift and spectroscopy: https://bit.ly/3BD1n0S
Created By: Rishabh Nakra
Narrated By: Jeffrey Smith
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