The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Hubble Spots New Galaxies Far, Far Away

    The long-nosed cameras of the paparazzi are no match for Earth’s very own private eye: The Hubble Space Telescope. NASA’s orbiting shot maker has produced a new set of images, giving us glimpses further into the universe than ever before. Among them are pictures of what could be one of the most distant galaxies discovered so far. The cluster, dubbed Abell2744 Y1, is believed to be more than 13 billion light years away. As yet, though, Hubble hasn’t beamed back any pictures of little green men. 

    Source: Scientific American

This story is part of The Presidential Daily Brief

view full edition