Webb draws back curtain on Universe’s early galaxies 🌌 #shorts


Two of the most distant galaxies seen to date have been captured by Webb in the outer regions of the giant galaxy cluster Abell 2744. The galaxies are not inside the cluster, but many billions of light-years behind it.

One of the galaxies existed only 450 million years after the Big Bang while the other one existed 350 million years after the Big Bang.

Both galaxies are seen really close in time to the Big Bang which occurred 13.8 billion years ago.

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  1. I believe; It's maybe our milky way Galaxy ; In it's early stage ; Because the Universe is RING like shaped ; and the beam of the light is CIRCULATE many times ; maybe ? 🤔

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