James Webb Image Reveals the Beginning of Time (Video)

James Webb Image SMACS 0723

The first full-color picture (above) from the new James Webb Space Telescope has been released – and it’s amazing. Red arcs in the image trace light from galaxies in the very early Universe (SMACS 0723)

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NASA: “Something Weird is Going On with the Cosmos” to Early Universe within Seconds of the Big Bang (The Galaxy Report)

ALMA ESO Observatory

 

Today’s stories range from Strange radio burst raises new questions to NASA head confirms belief that “extraterrestrials are out there,” and much more.

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Dark First Stars to Did Alien Technology Create Our Universe? (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

Today’s stories range from The Many Worlds of the Multiverse to An Invisible Mirror World Might Be Making Our Universe Expand to Aliens Created Our Universe in a Lab, and much more.

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U.S. Army UAP Videos Defy Known Physics to Origins of Time (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories range from How common is life in the Universe? And how can we find out? to Primordial black holes may lurk throughout the universe, and much more. “The Galaxy Report” brings you news of space and science that has the capacity to provide clues to the mystery of our existence and adds a much needed cosmic perspective in our current Anthropocene Epoch.

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Astronomers Find Hidden Trove of Primordial Black Holes in Dwarf Galaxies

 

Dwarf Galaxy Black Hole

 

Black holes previously hiding in plain sight have been discovered by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who have found a treasure trove of massive black holes in dwarf galaxies. 

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“How Did They Get So Big So Fast?”- Primordial Galaxies in a Colossal Mashup Near the Beginning of Time

 

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An ancient  megamerger of 14 relic starbursting galaxies could become the most massive structure in our Universe. “The fact that this is happening so early in the history of the universe poses a formidable challenge to our present-day understanding of the way structures form in the universe,” said Scott Chapman, an astrophysicist at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, about a massive galaxy clusters found in 2018 that date to times as early as three billion years after the Big Bang, containing stars that formed at even earlier epochs. Each of these galaxies is forming stars between 50 and 1,000 times more quickly than our own Milky Way.

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