|Star Witness News: The Hubble Space Telescope--Time Machine to the Galaxies|
This news story details the deepest visible light observations of the early universe. This information can be used to introduce the idea that galaxies change over time and to help students realize the vastness of space. This selection is an adaptation of the HubbleSite press release: Hubble's Deepest View Ever of the Universe Unveils Earliest Galaxies. The article is from the Amazing Space science newspaper, The Star Witness, which can be used as a science content reading.
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