Biggest farthest galaxy so big it bends light

Those little purple, red, and blue things are mini spiral galaxies whose light is distorted by the bigger galaxy in front of it.

Those little purple, red, and blue things are mini spiral galaxies whose light is distorted by the bigger galaxy in front of it.

The Hubble telescope found a galaxy so far away and so big that its gravity bends and distorts light and shape of things behind it. The ones in the picture are undergoing star formations. Those lights only took 10.7 billion years to get there and be visible to us. Feel small yet?

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