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The newest record-holder has had its light redshifted by a whopping factor of 11.1, meaning the light is even older: it was emitted 13.40 billion years ago, when the Universe was only 407 million years old, or closer in time to the Big Bang than any other galaxy ever seen before. “We’ve taken a major step back in time, beyond what we’d ever expected to be able to do with Hubble. We see GN-z11 at a time when the universe was only three percent of its current age,” announced Pascal Oesch

The newest record-holder has had its light redshifted by a whopping factor of 11.1, meaning the light is even older: it was emitted 13.40 billion years ago, when the Universe was only 407 million years old, or closer in time to the Big Bang than any other galaxy ever seen before. “We’ve taken a major step back in time, beyond what we’d ever expected to be able to do with Hubble. We see GN-z11 at a time when the universe was only three percent of its current age,” announced Pascal Oesch

Cassiopeia -- New Photo Reveals ‘Ghostly’ Green Nebula in Deep Space An amazing new photo from a telescope in Chile has captured the most detailed view yet of a green glowing blob light-years away from Earth.

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Andromeda Galaxy (the Andromeda Galaxy is one of the closest Galaxy to us, scientists even believe that someday the Andromeda Galaxy will make a collision with our Milky way and completely destroy both of the Galaxies). I learned this on How The Universe

How Does The Large Hadron Collider Work? [Infographic]

How the large hadron collider works: science. How God works: in mysterious ways.

Alternative à la théorie du Big Bang

Nearly 14 billion years ago, due to a random fluctuation in a completely empty void, a universe exploded into existence. Scientists call this the Big Bang theory for the origin of the universe. But there are other theories .

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This diagram illustrates two ways to measure how fast the universe is expanding -- the "standard candle" method, which involves exploded stars in galaxies, and the "standard ruler" method, which involves pairs of galaxies.

This composite image shows examples of galaxies similar to our Milky Way at various stages of construction

Two Interacting Galaxies Defy Cosmic Convention

Tracing the growth of Milky Way-like galaxies. This composite image shows examples of galaxies similar to our Milky Way at various stages of construction over a time span of 11 billion years.

Kepler's Supernova -  Supernova 1604 -  Kepler's Star -  Supernova Remnant Ophiuchus

Kelper’s Supernova, the structure remaining after the cataclysmic explosion of a star. The supernova is named after Johannes Kepler who observed the star’s explosion in October which at the time was brighter than any other star or planet in the sky.

La tela de ampliar el espacio significa que cuanto más lejos está una galaxia, más rápido se parece alejarse de nosotros.  Crédito de la imagen: NASA, ESA, y A. Feild (STScI).

Ask Ethan: If Gravity Attracts, How Can The 'Dipole Repeller' Push The Milky Way?

On the largest scales, the Universe expands and galaxies recede from each other. But on smaller scales, gravitation overcomes the expansion, leading to the formation of stars, galaxies and clusters of galaxies.

No. 69- BUSCA DE LA MATERIA OSCURA (I)

Traceable stars, neutral gas, and (even farther out) globular clusters all point to the existence of dark matter, which has mass but exists in a large, diffuse halo well beyond the normal matter’s location.

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