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The 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 believe to be the most distant galaxy ever seen – a distant red spot 35 billion light-years away.

The galaxy, named CEERS-93316, was photographed as it existed just 235 million years after the big Bangusing Webb’s Near Infrared Camera, which can go back in time to the first twinklings of the very first stars.


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