TN J0924-2201

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TN J0924-2201
Observation data (J2000 epoch)
Right ascension 09h 24m 19.92s
Declination−22° 01′ 41.5″
Distance12.523 billion light-years
Typeradio galaxy

TN J0924-2201 is the second most distant radio galaxy known to date[1]. It was discovered by Wil van Breugel in 1999.[2]

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  1. ^ Saxena, A.; Marinello, M.; Overzier, R. A.; Best, P. N.; Röttgering, H J A.; Duncan, K. J.; Prandoni, I.; Pentericci, L.; Magliocchetti, M.; Paris, D.; Cusano, F.; Marchi, F.; Intema, H. T.; Miley, GK (2018). "Discovery of a radio galaxy at z = 5.72". Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 480 (2): 2733–2742. arXiv:1806.01191. Bibcode:2018MNRAS.480.2733S. doi:10.1093/mnras/sty1996.
  2. ^ "BBC News | Sci/Tech | Most distant galaxy found".

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Preceded by
Most distant radio galaxy Succeeded by