Recently, NASA announced that a group of primitive galaxies formed more than 13000 years ago, were discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope.
It is said that this galaxy was created shortly after the Big Bang explosion, which shaped the universe.
The astrophysicist from California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Richard Ellis, and astronomer at Harvard University, Abraham Loeb, indicated that from this discovery, ocurred from the observations made for 6 weeks between August and September, is expected to help know better the origins of the Universe.
A total of seven new galaxies were discovered only formed between 350 and 600 million years after the Big Bang. This is the “archaeological research”, the oldest available to scientists, on the origins of the universe.
Loeb noted that new observations with heavier telescopes, as the James Webb that will be released in five years, will look into these findings. The objective is to know what happened right after the birth of the universe.