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Seven ancient galaxies were discovered by scientists from Japan
Japanese scientists recorded seven of the oldest galaxies that were formed 700 million years ago during the Big Bang. At that time, the first stars and galaxies were just beginning to emerge, and the universe was filled with neutral hydrogen atoms that absorbed ultraviolet.
The discovery was made by Japanese researchers using the Subaru Suprime-Cam telescope. It is estimated that these ancient galaxies are located at a distance of 13,1 billion light years from the Earth.