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Cosmic Explosion Most Distant Object in Universe?

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It takes a genuine thought exercise to even contemplate this one. 'At an estimated distance of 13.14 billion light years, the burst lies far beyond any known quasar and could be more distant than any previously known galaxy or gamma-ray burst.' A light year is how far light travels in a second, 186,000 miles.
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