Tiny galaxies had big influence on early universe

Dwarf galaxies ferociously churned out stars in the early universe, according to new Hubble Space Telescope observations of a patch of sky in the constellation Ursa Major.

M. Giavalisco/University of Massachusetts, Amherst, the GOODS Team, ESA, NASA 

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