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Machine Learning Finds More Gravitational Lenses Than All Astronomers Combined

Por: Forbes Tech January 18, 2021

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GAL-CLUS-022058s is one of the largest and most complete Einstein rings ever discovered. This ... [+] beautiful gravitational lens is created by a bright, distant galaxy which happens to be aligned directly behind a massive galaxy at the center of a massive galaxy cluster. The lensing effect stretches, distorts, and magnifies the background galaxy, as well as creating multiple images of it. ESA/Hubble & NASA, S. Jha; Acknowledgement: L. Shatz... + full article



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