Evolution of the Early Universe
Webb Telescope Uncovers 117 Galaxies from the Reionization Era, Revolutionizing our Knowledge of Deep Space.
Early Universe: The Gas Between Stars and Galaxies was Opaque Until 1 billion Years After the big Bang.
Stars and Transparency: Intense Starlight Heated and Ionized the Gas, Making it Transparent Over Millions of Years.
Galaxies' role: Small Galaxies Cleared Large Areas of Space, Growing Translucent "Bubbles" that Caused the Entire Cosmos to Become Transparent.
Transparent Zones: Galaxies Created Huge Transparent Regions with a Radius of
2 Million Light-Years.
Mysterious Galaxies: The Galaxies in the Early Universe were Chaotic, Actively Forming Stars and Emitting Supernovae.
Massive Black Hole: The Black Hole in the Quasar at the Heart of the Studied Field was 10 Billion Times the Mass of the Sun.
Puzzle to Solve: Researchers are Still Uncertain About how Quasars Grew so Large Early in the Universe's History.
Extensive Findings: Webb's Observations Revealed 117 Galaxies from the Reionization Era, Exceeding Expectations.
Spectroscopic Redshift Machine: Webb's NIRCam Combined with Wide-Field Slitless Spectroscopy Provided a Spectrum of Every Object in the Images.
Future Studies: The Research Team Plans to Study Galaxies in Five Other Fields Anchored by Core Quasars.
Evolution of Universe
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