1. Astronomers Uncover 39 Ancient Galaxies — Moving So Fast That Even Hubble Can't See Them  Livescience.com
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There are ancient, massive galaxies haunting the dusty reaches of our universe, invisible to the Hubble Space Telescope. But now astronomers sifting through infrared data have discovered 39 of them.These galaxies could rewrite our history of the early universe.

Astronomers Uncover 39 Ancient Galaxies — Moving So Fast That Even Hubble Can't See Them | Live Science

Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recently captured image of two colliding galaxies UGC 2369N, UGC 2369S, Milky Way will one day suffer.Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recently captured image of two colliding galaxies UGC 2369N, UGC 2369S, Milky Way will one day suffer.

NASA Hubble telescope captures image of two colliding galaxies UGC 2369N, UGC 2369S, Milky Way will one day suffer - News Nation

“This is the most detailed image of the distant universe so far, made of over 7.5k Hubble Space Telescope photos, and taken over 16 years. It contains roughly 265k galaxies; all with millions of stars and planets. This is the high-res image (672 MB): https://t.co/PS8jWRSv7o”

John on Twitter: "This is the most detailed image of the distant universe so far, made of over 7.5k Hubble Space Telescope photos, and taken over 16 years. It contains roughly 265k galaxies; all with millions of stars and planets. This is the high-res image (672 MB): https://t.co/PS8jWRSv7o… https://t.co/BpuBJzpaq5"