Cosmos Redshift 7 is a redshift emitter galaxy in the constellation of Sextans.
Cosmos Redshift 7 is a very special galaxy, as it’s one of the oldest known galaxies ever to be discovered in the universe. The galaxy is on a massive redshift, which means it’s hurdling through space at an extremely quick distance.
Cosmos Redshift 7 while extremely old and extremely distant is also very bright. The galaxy is around 2-3 times brighter than similar galaxies that are close to the distance away as Cosmos Redshift 7. This famous, very old and distant galaxy has been rediscovered and detected recently by a team of researchers at the European observatory.
Star Population: N/A.
Distance from Earth: 13 billion light years.
Galaxy Type: Redshift Emitter.
Kids Fun Facts Corner
# 1. Cosmos Redshift 7 is also called CR7 is now associated with a very famous soccer player called Cristiano Ronaldo.
# 2. Cosmos Redshift 7 is made up of mostly first generation stars. (Oldest Stars)
# 3. Cosmos Redshift 7 galaxy is located in the constellation of Sextans.
Q. How many more times brighter is Cosmos Redshift 7 to that of other similar galaxies ?
Q. What size is Cosmos Redshift 7?
Q. What type of galaxy is Cosmos Redshift 7?
Q. What constellation is Cosmos Redshift 7 in?
Q. What famous soccer player is Cosmos Redshift 7 / CR7 associated with?
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