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Gravitational lensing at the highest angular resolution (II). Gravitational lensing is the deflection of light from a distant background object (the source) by an intervening mass distribution (the lens). If the surface mass density of the lens is sufficiently high, then multiple images of the background source, which are often highly magnified and distorted, are produced. The gravitational lensing phenomena is beautifully illustrated in this global very long baseline interferometry image of JVAS B1938+666 at redshift 2.059.  ... Read more

 

 

 

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