ALMA and VLT probe surprisingly dusty and evolved galaxy
 This galaxy was noticed earlier in the Hubble images, and suspected to be very distant, but the distance could not be confirmed at that time.
 This corresponds to a redshift of 7.5.
 This radiation is stretched by the expansion of the Universe into the millimetre wavelength range by the time it gets to Earth and hence can be detected with ALMA.
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