“With this achievement, the estimated number of galaxies in the universe had multiplied enormously — to 50 billion, five times more than previously expected,” wrote John Noble Wilford in The New York Times. And some of the older ones – those distant, faint ones that were supposedly impossible for Hubble to see – looked really, really different.There are more things in heaven and earth, than are dreamt of in our philosophies.Amazing. Thanks for posting this :)
Sometimes the "king" in a science group gets the job because he sees possibilities nobody else does. Francis Halzen thought you could build a neutrino detector in the South Pole ice. I thought it was farfetched and unlikely. He was right; I was wrong. He's the chief; I work for his team.
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