Astronomers see the longest galaxy as about 13.5 billion light -years away

The researchers found the farthest thing available – a potential galaxy called HD1 which they estimate is 13.5 billion light -years away. It is 100 million light years farther than the largest galaxy today. GN-z11.

The HD1 is very bright in ultraviolet light, indicating the strongest activity in the galaxy. Therefore, scientists initially thought that a star star, or someone who casts stars at a higher altitude. But on closer inspection, astronomers find that the potential galaxy produces more than 100 stars each year – 10 times higher than normal stars.

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