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James Webb Space Telescope finds the faintest galaxy ever detected at the dawn of the universe
by Ben Turner
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7 June 2023
On 7 June 2023 Live Science reported:
he James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has identified one of the most distant galaxies ever seen -- an ancient, nearly invisible star cluster so remote that its light is the faintest scientists have ever detected. Called JD1, the galaxy -- whose light traveled for roughly 13.3 billion years to reach us -- was born just a few million years after the Big Bang.
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Back then, the cosmos was shrouded in a pitch-black fog that not even light could pass through; galaxies like this one were vital in burning the gloom away.
Twinkling from within the Sculptor constellation in the southern sky, JD1's light left its source when the universe was just 4 percent of its current age.
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