Farthest Galaxy


This handout photo provided by NASA and the European Space Agency, taken in 2013 with NASA’s Hubble space telescope, shows a galaxy from the farthest distance recorded: 13.1 billion light-years. It is from a time just 670 million years after the Big Bang. Astronomers have discovered a baby blue galaxy that is the farthest away in distance and time that they’ve ever seen. It’s from 13.1 billion years ago, during the universe’s first generation of galaxies. (Pascal Oesch and Ivelina Momcheva, NASA, European Space Agency via AP)

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