Hubble Peers at 10 Billion Year Old Globular Cluster NGC 6752

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These images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope showcase a globular cluster, NGC 6752, a spherical grouping of gravitationally bound celestial bodies that’s over 10 billion years old, which means that it’s 5 billion years older than our solar system and was formed only 3.75 billion years after the formation of the universe.

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