This 3D visualization portrays flies away from the Earth at a speed of 200 million light-years per second. The appearances of the galaxies change because the more distant objects are seen at earlier times in the universe, when galaxies were less developed. The video ends at Maisie’s Galaxy, which formed only 390 million years after the big bang.
Visualization: Frank Summers, Greg Bacon, Joseph DePasquale, Leah Hustak, Joseph Olmsted, and Alyssa Pagan (STScI)
Science: Steve Finkelstein (UT Austin) / Rebecca Larson (RIT) / Micaela Bagley (UT Austin)
Music: Spring Morning, Maarten Schellekens CC BY-NC 4.0