Hubble Telescope Shows  Sparkling Like Confetti

5,000 Ancient Galaxies

Thousands of Distant, Primordial

Galaxies in different shapes and sizes glow in infrared light in a newly released image from the Hubble Space Telescope.

The Oldest Galaxies Are

About 13 billion years old, dating from just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang.

By Looking at Those

Galaxies in ultraviolet light, scientists can discover what chemicals lie inside those galaxies

But There's a Problem

With this method: That primordial ultraviolet light gets absorbed before it can reach us.

The Image Is Part

Of a recent survey called UVCANDELS. Over about 10 days of observational time

Hubble Imaged 140,000 Galaxies.

Some of them are visible in the newly released image — numerous types of galaxies, seen from a range of angles.

Scientists Discover 

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