Most distant star ever seen found in Hubble Space Telescope image
U.S. · SCIENCE
March 30, 20225 min read954 words
Published: March 30, 2022  |  5 min read954 words
Spotted in a galaxy that existed just 900 million years after the big bang, the primordial star Earendel could offer a rare window into the early universe if confirmed by follow-up studies. Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have spied what they suspect is a single star...
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Content describes the oldest star discovered by the Hubble deep space telescope. The light reaching Earth is 900 million years after the Big Bang and gives astronomers an opportunity to see early era light in the universe.
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