In a (new) galaxy far, far away…

Shakespeare once asked, ‘what seest thou else, in the dark backward and abysm of time?’

Astronomers can verily say, ‘a new galaxy 13.4 billion light years away – the farthest in deep space or the oldest in the known universe or the youngest after the big bang – whichever way you look at it’, as per the latest in cosmology.

imageCredits: NASA, ESA, B. Robertson (University of California, Santa Cruz), A. Feild (STScI)

Be it the heavens above or the moral law within, seems reflections take time to come to us!


Bhaskar Dutta is a self-help author and IT specialist based in London.

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