NASAs James Webb Space Telescope has now discovered big galaxies that had previously been obscured in the universe . This finding also includes a galaxy that may have formed just 350 million years after the Big Bang .
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has now discovered big galaxies that had previously been obscured in the universe.This finding also includes a galaxy that may have formed just 350 million years after the Big Bang.Scientists claim that they are so brilliant and dazzling that they seem to deny our understanding of how galaxies formed.The universe has also surprised us once more.In a press release, Tommaso Treu of the University of California at Los Angeles, principal investigator on one of the Webb experiments, said that the researchers discovered two bright galaxies in the GLASS-JWST images within four days of testing.Webb will need to do more infrared surveys before claiming a new record, according to Scientists.Although some scientists claim to have discovered galaxies even closer to the beginning of the universe 13.8 billion years ago, those ideas have not yet been identified.They also suggested that some of those galaxies might be later ones imitating early ones, according to Paola Santini, the fourth author of the article.This is a whole new chapter in astronomy. Its just amazing.We've nailed something that is incredibly fascinating.These galaxies would have only recently emerged 100 million years after the big bang, perhaps.Nobody expected that the dark ages had ended so early, says Garth Illingworth of the University of California, Santa Cruz, who is also a member of the Mr Naidus team.Also, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Captures Never Before Seen Cosmic CloudsThe primal universe would have been only one hundredth of its present age.Mr Illingworth said that the extreme brightness is either due to the fact that galaxies are massive and have a lot of low-mass stars, or they may be tiny and have very few bright stars.
"This is a whole new chapter in astronomy."— NASA Webb Telescope (@NASAWebb) November 17, 2022
Webb researchers found 2 early galaxies, one of which may contain the most distant starlight ever seen. These 2 unexpectedly bright galaxies could fundamentally alter what we know about the very first stars: https://t.co/1MrIy1TAkL pic.twitter.com/TI1ZpFWJPG