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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 26, 197.E

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(Continued from Page 1)s stood phenomena. Theories of the
doesn't transmit anything." The nature of quasars cast light on a'
University's radio telescope is one number of other topics, including
of 15 radio telescopes located at the history of the universe, ob-
universities a n d observatories servatory researchers say.
across the nation. Quasi-stellar objects (QSOs) or
DATA GATHERED with the ra- quasars, as they are commonly
dio telescope contributes to the known, were discovered in the
growing accumulation of knowledge 1960s, explains astronomy Prof.
about quasars, still barely under- Hugh Aller.
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"They got their name because creases as we move closer to the
they appear star-like to the optical earth, and perhaps this is because
telescope," Aller says. However, the further back in time we look,
quasars differ from both stars and there are more quasars and as we
galaxies. move toward earth, as we move
ACCORDING TO astronomy Prof. closer to our time, quasars die out
Fred Haddock, director of the and possibly become galaxies like
r a d i o astronomy observatory, ours.
"Quasars have the mass of a T
galaxy-billions of stars-and ra- ' fewer quasars near the earths"
diate a tremendous amount of Aller says.
energy.'t Yet quasars appear to be Research on quasars also deals
the size of stars.sa the with the energy they giveoff.
"In the 1930," Aller says, 'h "We can't observe thpir opaque
Hubble Law determined that the centers e " Allerv says "bue
further away a galaxy is, the lar- cantobserv all t e aditionco
ger its red shift will be. This means ing off quasars and possibly try to
that the further away a galaxy is,, determine how they produce all
the faster it is moving. theirenergy.
"This is important," Aller -con-tir.,
tinues, "because in the 1960s it THIS RESEARCH could suggest
was discovered that quasars have a new way to harness energy on
a red shift larger than any ob- earth, Aller theorizes.
jects" so far received on the radio;
"THEY ARE approximately ten
billion light years away from the
Haddock describes quasars as
being "on the edge of the uni-
verse."
"One hope we have in under-
standing quasars," Aller says, "is
to be able to study the early H Ou Se
stages of the universe."
"AS WE LOOK at QSOs, we are
looking back in time because they (Continued from Page 1)
are so far away. We're looking say in a few days.
back to when the universe was one AGNEW'S LETTER was read to
tenth of its present age. We're the House, after Albert and the
looking at how the universe was in other leaders trooped back to the
the beginning.j chamber frofn their meeting with
"Perhaps quasars form galaxies the vice president.
like our own when they are old," Later, House Minority Leader
Aller says. Thomas O'Neill (D - Mass.) told
"The number of' quasars de- newsmen he did not think a de-
-_- cesion would be made soon on
what to do about the Agnew re-.
quest. The Democratic leader said
BH he did not t he House should
act uuntil after the courts have
DA ONdealt with the case. ,

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