The oldest galaxy was discovered by James Webb and the history of the Universe is being rewritten.

Space telescope James Webb not only does he continue to amaze with his continuous amazing discoveries, but he also competes with himself every day by breaking records in various categories of observations.

James Webb discovered and observed the oldest and most distant galaxy we know of.

It’s a galaxy called JADES-GS-z14-0, and data recorded by James Webb shows that it existed about 290 million years after the Big Bang, the mysterious cosmic event that gave birth to the Universe.

According to the existing theory, the age of the Universe is approx 13.8 billion years this means that if the history of the galaxy is correct, it means that scientists are seeing images and studying data from when the Universe was 2% of its current age.

The previous record holder was a galaxy discovered and observed by James Webb, which was determined to be 325 million years old after the Big Bang.

Spaciousness and light

Astronomers studying the galaxy say the most interesting aspect of the discovery is not its age or distance, but rather its large size and high brightness, which suggests a large number of stars but contradicts widely held cosmological theory. Big bang There was a long period called the Secular Middle Ages newborn space environment it could not support the birth of stars, or at least the birth of massive stars at the level at which galaxies can form, and galaxies and adults took several hundred million years to form.

We can understand that James Webb’s discovery of increasingly old galaxies is actually rewriting the history of the Universe, how it developed after its birth and its future state.

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