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XMM-Newton detects the afterglow of GRB090423

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Minimum credit line: Image courtesy of Darach Watson (Dark Cosmology Centre, University of Copenhagen) and ESA. (for details, see Conditions of Use).

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XMM-Newton detects the afterglow of the gamma-ray burst 090423. At z ≈ 8.2 it is the most distant known object in the Universe.

Investigator(s):  Darach Watson & A. Castro-Tirado

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