The James Webb Telescope detects the most distant supernova ever seen

The James Webb Space Telescope has discovered the oldest and most distant supernova ever seen – a stellar explosion that occurred when the universe was only 1.8 billion years old.

The ancient starburst was discovered among 80 others in a part of the sky that, from our perspective on Earth, is about the width of a grain of rice held at arm’s length.

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