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The cosmic background radiation

The Wolf Prize in Physics for 2024 is awarded to Professor Martin Rees of the University of Cambridge, England, for his "pioneering contributions to high-energy astrophysics, the formation of galaxies and structures in the universe, and cosmology"
Web sightings provide new insights into a decade-long mystery
James Webb Space Telescope observations of galaxies in the young universe revealed that the first light in space came from bright young stars
Webb's measurements provide new light on a decade-long mystery known as the Hubble stress - the differences in the age of the universe between the Hubble observations and past observations that remain unexplained * Prof. Adam Rees, winner
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