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A new technique might soon enable cosmologists to map the universe even when they can't pick out individual galaxies. If it works, researchers would be able to probe the structure of 500 times as much of the universe as they have studied so far. "This is the first pioneering experiment that shows that this can be done," says Avi Loeb, a theoretical astrophysicist at Harvard University, who was not involved in the work.

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