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Astronomers accidentally discover 'dark' primordial galaxy with no visible stars.

Astronomers have accidentally discovered a dark galaxy filled with primordial gas untouched that appears to have no visible stars. 

The researchers behind the discovery say this galaxy, designated J0613+52, could be "the faintest galaxy found to date." Interestingly, scientists using the Green Bank Telescope (GBT) discovered the "dark" galaxy through a complete error. 

Remarkably, this galaxy full of primordial gas isn't billions of light-years away and thus seen as it was when the 13.8 billion-year-old universe was in its infancy; instead, the dark galaxy designated J0613+52 is just around 270 million light-years away. 

Source: www.space.com

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