ALMA radio telescope exposes 12 billion-year-old galaxies

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ALMA radio telescope exposes 12 billion-year-old galaxies

When we look up at the sky, the worlds beyond our own atmosphere are more than just mysteries—they’re time capsules waiting to be unpacked and studied to expose our own galaxy’s past and origin.  The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) radio telescope in the Chilean Andes is helping scientists to do just that.  Some recently released findings are proving that no amount of discoveries in our lifetime can lead to a complete understanding of how the universe operates and where mankind will end up hundreds and thousands of years from now.

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