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Four revelations from the Webb telescope about distant galaxies
by Alexandra Witze
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30 July 2022
On 30 July 2022 Nature reported:
NASA built its state-of-the-art James Webb Space Telescope to peer into the distant Universe and back towards the dawn of time -- and it's already doing so spectacularly. In the two weeks since Webb's first science images and data became available for astronomers to work with, they have reported a flood of preliminary discoveries, including multiple contenders for what could be the most distant galaxy ever seen.
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Webb's images reveal a wealth of galaxies glimmering in the distant cosmos, appearing as they did just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, 13.8 billion years ago. The telescope's astonishingly sharp pictures have shattered astronomers' preconceptions about the early Universe.
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