Hubble gave scientists image clusters of stars.
Astronomers have obtained images of one of the oldest objects of the milky Way: clusters of NGC-6139. Its stars appeared in the Universe before the formation of the galaxy.
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Hubble gave scientists image clusters of stars, which is a collection of thousands of stars that live at the outskirts of galaxies. They may have formed in ancient times that speak of the existence within their boundaries of white dwarfs. The most ancient are the same age as the Big Bang, or may even exceed it. Such objects are closely studied by astronomers, which is to them of great interest.New pictures from Hubble will help scientists understand the argument about their age. New information suggests that they appeared in a couple billion years after the Big Bang, not after the birth of the Universe. Further observations will allow astronomers to figure out the age of the oldest stars and understand their role in the emergence of the galaxy.