A mind-boggling study of a black hole revealed that time moved five times slower in the early universe

Astronomers have looked back at the dawn of the universe to note that time passed five times more slowly in the early universe than it does now – finally proving Prediction made by Albert Einstein more than a century ago.

Researchers detected the effect of the slow, intense motion in data from bright cosmic beacons known as quasars dating back to when the universe was only a billion years old – less than a tenth of its current age. The researchers published their findings July 3 in the journal Nature natural astronomy.

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