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Is the James Webb Space Telescope finding the furthest, oldest, youngest or first galaxies? An astronomer explains

By Michael J. I. Brown, Associate Professor in Astronomy, Monash University
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James Webb has spotted extremely distant galaxies formed soon after the Big Bang, but are they old or young? Or is this the wrong question to ask?The Conversation

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