Webb space telescope has just imaged another most-distant galaxy, breaking its record after a week

Webb space telescope has just imaged another most-distant galaxy, breaking its record after a week

Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have spotted what they think may be the farthest galaxy ever seen — a distant red smudge 35 billion light-years away. The galaxy, named CEERS-93316, was pictured as it existed just 235 million years after the Big Bang, using Webb’s Near Infrared Camera, which can peer back in …

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