Distant quasars could be used for measuring long distances in the universe

Astronomers use variable cepheid stars and specific supernovae to measure distances in the universe. However these tools come up short when trying to measure distances longer than 3 billions light years. New research suggests quasars (distant active galactic nucleai) could be used in similar way.

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