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An infant giant

Nature volume 486, pages 199200 (14 June 2012) | Download Citation

Spectroscopic measurements of a galaxy that shines brightly at submillimetre wavelengths place it in the middle of a nascent galaxy cluster at a scant one billion years after the Big Bang. See Letter p.233

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