Science Where did the first light in the universe come from? Hubble discovery reveals clues.

A compact galaxy some 3 billion light-years away is shedding light, shedding light on how stars formed during when our universe was young.

By , SPACE.com Contributor

NASA, ESA, R. Overzier (ON/MCTI), T. Heckman (JHU)

A densely packed star-forming galaxy is reproducing the events that brought light to the early universe.