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Two delighful twilight walks on the third and fourth evenings of her being there, not merely on the dry gravel of the shrubbery, but all over the grounds, and especially in the most distant parts of them, where there was something more of wildness than in the rest, where the trees were the oldest, and the grass was the longest and wettest, had--assisted by the still greater imprudence of sitting in her wet shoes and stockings--given Marianne a cold so violent as, though for a day or two trifled with or denied, would force itself by increasing ailments on the concern of every body, and the notice of herself.
It will not be said by those who recollect that the Atlantic coast is the longest side of the Union, that during the term of thirteen years, the representatives of the States have been almost continually assembled, and that the members from the most distant States are not chargeable with greater intermissions of attendance than those from the States in the neighborhood of Congress.
FLORIDA (CyHAN)- Astronomers have discovered the most distant galaxy in universe.
The dying star, which lit the galactic scene, is the most distant stellar explosion of its kind ever studied.
The burst might have come from one of the most distant galaxies in the universe, providing a glimpse of the cosmos as it emerged from its Dark Ages.
Astronomers have used a new technique to identify the most distant group of infant galaxies that are likely ancestors of bright galaxies like the Milky Way.
London, Jan 14 (ANI): Astronomers have demonstrated how gravitational lensing, a phenomenon in which light from a distant object is bent around a massive foreground object, allows us to see the faintest and most distant galaxies.
That's because clouds of hydrogen gas absorb far-ultraviolet light, and the most distant galaxies have the largest amount of hydrogen gas between them and Earth (SN: 2/24/96, p.
But this week, a team of astronomers announced that the burst is the most distant one ever detected, hailing from the long-ago era when galaxies and stars first lit up the heavens.
From snapshots of ultraviolet auroras shimmering above Jupiter to pictures of exploding stars and images of dozens of the most distant galaxies so far detected, Hubble hasn't only revolutionized astronomy.
To determine how far back in time most clusters coalesced, astronomers must find the most distant ones.
Aided by a cosmic magnifying glass, astronomers may have found a baby picture of the most distant galaxy known.

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