Astronomers publish new radio sky survey revealing about 300,000 unknown galaxies

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The LOFAR observations reveal radio emission from high-speed cosmic electrons. Credit: AMANDA WILBER/LOFAR Survey Team
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The LOFAR observations reveal radio emission from high-speed cosmic electrons. Credit: AMANDA WILBER/LOFAR Survey Team

The map was created using data collected through the Low Frequency Array telescope

An international team of astronomers has published a new radio sky survey revealing about 300,000 unknown galaxies in the Universe. The map was created using data collected through the Low Frequency...

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