Cosmos Redshift 7, other names being Galaxy Cosmos Redshift 7, Galaxy CR7 and CR7, is a Redshift Lyman-Alpha Emitter Galaxy located inside The Sextans Constellation. A Redshift Lyman-Alpha Emitter Galaxy is a galaxy that emits Lyman-Alpha radiation from Neutral Hydrogen. Cosmos Redshift 7 is located 12.9 Billion Light Years from Earth. It's most recognized feature is that CR7 is threefold brighter than the brightest distant galaxy before it's discovery.
Profile of Cosmos Redshift 7
Cosmos Redshift 7 was discovered by Astronomer with The Leader being David Sobral. Observation of Galaxy Cosmos Redshift 7 is observed as it was, due to stellar parallax, 800 Million Years after The Big Bang occurred, not a long time in Astronomy measurements. So it would seem that Cosmos Redshift 7 is indeed an Old Galaxy made close to the beginning of The Universe.
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