Long duration exposure images, captured by the Hubble telescope, show what looks to be the edge of the big bang in what scientists believe is our deepest view of our universe to date.
The images show galaxies colliding with each other and reforming into strange shapes. The snapshot, named the Ultra Deep Field, show about 10,000 galaxies, coming together in what "looked like a train wreck."
The images captured light that had sped through space for over 13 billion years. Director of the Space Telescope Science Institute, Steven Beckwith, said: "We're seeing the youngest stars within a stone's throw of the beginning of the universe." Source