Galaxies' Mysterious Magnetic Fields Grew Up Fast [News]

Wednesday, July 16, 2008 - 15:42 in Astronomy & Space

Light from distant quasars--early galaxies that shine with tremendous brightness--has given researchers a new clue to the origin of vast magnetic fields studding today's galaxies: They were running strong when the universe was only a third of its present age. [More]

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