CBS News: Physicists discover galaxy formed in early universe

CBS News in Chicago highlighted a physics study that identified a galaxy that formed in the early formation of the universe.

The international discovery was confirmed by observations from the Magellan telescopes in Chile and the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii.

University of Cincinnati physicist Matthew Bayliss, an assistant professor in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, was a study co-author. The lead author, Gourav Khullar, is a physics student at the University of Chicago.

Bayliss got his doctoral and master’s degrees from the University of Chicago, where he worked as a research and teaching assistant before joining Harvard University as a research fellow.

The study was published in the Astrophysical Journal.

Read the CBS News report.

Featured image at top: UC astrophysicist Matthew Bayliss took part in the discovery of a galaxy that formed in the early creation of the universe. Photo illustration/Margaret Weiner and Lisa Ventre/UC Creative + Brand

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