extra-Galactic background light

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The term extra-Galactic background light (EBL) refers to all radiation (not necessarily just in the visible part of the spectrum) that originates outside of the Milky Way and which cannot be attributed to any individual source.


Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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