Name the farthest Gamma-ray emitting active galaxy recently discovered by Indian scientists?
Recently, Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 the farthest Gamma-ray emitting active galaxy discover by Indian Scientists. Scientists discover the farthest Gamma-ray emitting active galaxy.
stronomers have discovered a new active galaxy, identified as the farthest gamma-ray emitting galaxy, that has so far been stumbled upon. This active galaxy called the Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 (NLS1) galaxy, which is about 31 billion light-years away, opens up avenues to explore more such gamma-ray emitting galaxies.
They identified it as a gamma-ray emitting NLS1 galaxy, which is a rare entity in space.
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Question 1- What does ‘V’ stand for in NEGVAC, a high level expert committee set up by the government of India?
Answer 1 : Vaccine
Question 2: Name the farthest Gamma-ray emitting active galaxy recently discovered by Indian scientists?
Answer 2 – Narrow-Line Seyfert 1
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Answer 3 – Shanghai
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Answer 4 – Blue whale
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Answer 5 – Bonsai
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