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James Webb telescope’s observations of ‘impossible’ galaxies at the dawn of time may finally have an explanation



Astrophysicists may have an explanation for the James Webb Space Telescope‘s discovery of a swarm of mysterious early galaxies that threaten to break cosmology. 

The galaxies, which the James Webb telescope (JWST) spotted forming as early as 500 million years after the Big Bang, were so bright that they theoretically shouldn’t exist: Brightnesses of their magnitude should only come from massive galaxies with as many stars as the Milky Way, yet these early galaxies took shape in a fraction of the time that ours did.

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