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A star is born in the Atacama as first pictures from the ALMA observatory are unveiled

14 March 2013

"Little more than one billion years after the Big Bang, extreme starburst galaxies in the Universe, forming stars at a rate of more than a thousand per year, were a much more commonplace occurrence than previously thought," said Dr Thomas Greve (UCL Physics & Astronomy). Read: Daily Mail More: Times (£) Scientific American