Which is the youngest galaxy in the universe?
Combining data from both the Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer Observatory, the distant (and young) galaxy, GN-z11 is imaged out to the distant past, when the Universe was only 407 million years old. This image is how the galaxy looked 13.4 billion years ago. Credit: NASA/ESA/G.
How old is the youngest universe?
The universe is (nearly) 14 billion years old, astronomers confirm.
What type of galaxy is youngest?
However, observations only recently reclassified it as a barred type spiral galaxy. One of the youngest galaxies ever discovered was the I Zwicky 18 galaxy. It was estimated to be around just 500 million years old though recent observations have discovered old stars in this galaxy.
- Which is the youngest galaxy in the universe?
- How old is the youngest universe?
- What type of galaxy is youngest?
- How old is the oldest galaxy?
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- Are spiral galaxies The youngest?
- How is the age of a galaxy determined?
- What are the 3 different types of galaxies?
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