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This new space telescope should show us what the universe looked like as a baby

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The most distant galaxy ever discovered, GN-z11, is shown within a Hubble Space Telescope deep sky survey and highlighted in the inset. This galaxy existed only 400 million years after the Big Bang. (NASA, ESA, and P. Oesch (Yale University))
The most distant galaxy ever discovered, GN-z11, is shown within a Hubble Space Telescope deep sky survey and highlighted in the inset. This galaxy existed only 400 million years after the Big Bang. (NASA, ESA, and P. Oesch (Yale University))

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