Once again we see a sensationalist claim by evolutionary astronomers who believe in billions of years and galaxies far, far away. How do we explain such a find? I would defer to Dr. Russell Humphreys and his DVD Starlight and Time or to Dr. John Hartnett and his book Starlight, Time & the New Physics. You may also want to check out some of the articles on the subject on the CMI webpage.
Galaxy is most distant object yet
A tiny faint dot in a Hubble picture has been confirmed as the most distant galaxy ever detected in the Universe.
This collection of stars is so far away its light has taken more than 13 billion years to arrive at Earth.
Astronomers used the Very Large Telescope in Chile to follow up the Hubble observation and make the necessary detailed measurements….
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