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Distant Universe

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Using the Subaru Telescope, a team of Japanese astronomers has discovered the most distant protocluster of galaxies ever found - one that existed less than one billion years after the Big Bang. The astronomers were able to directly observe this cluster of galaxies at an early stage in galaxy evolution, when structures were beginning to form in the early Universe. This discovery will be an important step on the way to understanding structure formation and galaxy evolution.



Objects circled in red are galaxies 12.7 billion light-years away.

Awesome news. Such structures are very faint and rare. This structure is less than 1 billion years younger than Big Bang.

http://phys.org/news/2012-05-subaru-telescope-distant-protocluster-galaxies.html

Here we are 7 years after the first post and now we've discovered a galaxy 13.2 BYO, another 500 million years back in space-time.
https://www.space.com/30170-most-distant-galaxy-discovered.html
 
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LOL that's one way to say it :rockout:
That'is only way for non scholar enthusiast like myself .I am happy for them nerds , everyone deserves win once in a while ;)
 
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Imagine being a sentient life form witnessing the end of the Universe.

I heard a scientist say that the universe is infinite and it's so infinite that it will expand and contract so many times over trillions upon trillions upon trillions of years that everything that was or could have been will be.
That's an intense thought..
I could have made this very post countless times since the beginning of eternity.
 
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@jmcslob many scenarios are possible, so many theories to check but if something is infinite it doesn't automatically mean that it can have everything. For example Penrose tiling is infinite but it never repeats or in Goodstein's theorem natural numbers can get insanely big but eventually collapse to zero.
 
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