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Fundamental Property of Galaxies Discovered at W. M. Keck Observatory


March 6, 2007

News thumbnail A new study using data collected by the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii has revealed that certain fundamental properties of galaxies have actually changed very little over the last 8 billion years, nearly half of the age of the universe. Full Story

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