1. Surprising Discovery of Two Ancient Galaxies Exposes Our Cloudy View of the Cosmos  Gizmodo
  2. Astronomers Find 2 'Invisible' Galaxies Behind Cosmic Dust  The Swaddle
  3. 1 in 5 early galaxies may be hiding in space dust  Futurity: Research News
  4. Two New Galaxies Previously Obscured by Cosmic Dust Discovered by Scientists  News18
  5. Scientists discover two 'previously invisible' galaxies 29 billion light years away  Daily Mail
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Upwards of 10 to 20 percent of the earliest galaxies are hidden by thick blankets of cosmic dust, new research suggests.Upwards of 10 to 20 percent of the earliest galaxies are hidden by thick blankets of cosmic dust, new research suggests.

Two New Ancient Galaxies Have Been Discovered

Upwards of 10 to 20 percent of the earliest galaxies are hidden by thick blankets of cosmic dust, new research suggests.

Two New Ancient Galaxies Have Been Discovered

“Up to one in five of the earliest galaxies may have been missing from our map of the heavens,” researchers noted.“Up to one in five of the earliest galaxies may have been missing from our map of the heavens,” researchers noted.

Astronomers Find 2 ‘Invisible’ Galaxies Behind Cosmic Dust | The Swaddle

"The invisible galaxies that we've discovered in the early universe are some of the first building blocks of the mature galaxies we see around us...""The invisible galaxies that we've discovered in the early universe are some of the first building blocks of the mature galaxies we see around us..."

1 in 5 early galaxies may be hiding in space dust - Futurity

An international team of scientists who were part of a research discovered two previously invisible galaxies 29 billion light-years away from EarthAn international team of scientists who were part of a research discovered two previously invisible galaxies 29 billion light-years away from Earth

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The two 'heavily dust-obscured' galaxies - called REBELS-12-2 and REBELS-29-2 - were found during observations with the ALMA radio telescopes in Chile's Atacama Desert.The two 'heavily dust-obscured' galaxies - called REBELS-12-2 and REBELS-29-2 - were found during observations with the ALMA radio telescopes in Chile's Atacama Desert.

Scientists discover two 'previously invisible' galaxies 29 billion light years away | Daily Mail Online