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Astronomers at Arizona State University have found an exceptionally distant galaxy, ranked among the top 10 most distant objects currently known in space. Light from the recently detected galaxy left the object about 800 million years after the beginning of the universe, when the universe was in its infancy.
Originally posted by Romanian
Wow, this is interesting.
Just a remark, tha article state that "Light from the recently detected galaxy left the object about 800 million years after the beginning of the universe". So, the light would be much older, it is the age of the universe minus 800 000 000.