The space is an unknown subject for humans, but each and everyday we learn something more about it. James Webb has been on the agenda with its discoveries for a while now, especially last year the telescope has given us so many incredible sceenes.
James Webb discovers something that should not exist
Six potential galaxies that could have formed so early in the universe's history and that are so massive that they shouldn't be possible based on current cosmological theory have been found by an international team of astrophysicists in a recent research.
The discoveries have widened our knowledge of universe and what we know so far. Approximately 500–700 million years after the Big Bang, or more than 13 billion years ago, each potential galaxy may have been present at the beginning of the universe. Additionally, they are enormous, holding almost as many stars as the present-day Milky Way Galaxy.
Erica Nelson, a co-author of the study and an associate professor of astrophysics at the University of Colorado Boulder, described the findings as "bananas." You simply don't anticipate that the early universe was able to organize itself that fast. It shouldn't have been possible for these galaxies to develop.