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With the help NASA’s Swift satellite astronomers was observed the object, which can be potentially the farthest object yet detected in space.Known as GRB 090429B, the gamma-ray burst is an exploded star.Scientists think that this gamma-ray burst was place it at around 13.14 billion light-years away. So it mean that the burst occurred when the universe was only 520 million years old, less than 4 percent its present age. The universe is now about 13.7 billion years old.It happened when a star died in a supernova explosion and released a powerful jet of high-energy gamma-ray radiation. The blast shined for a mere 10 seconds but packed as much light as several thousand galaxies.
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