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Ancient disk galaxy holds clues about early formation

A huge disk galaxy that was born about 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang has been detected and offers astronomers new clues about how galaxies form, according to findings published in Nature. Researchers think the Wolfe Disk was created in a cold-mode accretion process rather than the traditional hot-mode method that is believed to have formed the Milky Way.

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