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here's a thought....

When Hubble first started taking its deep field images, the astronomers were expecting to see immature galaxies and fussy globular clusters. Instead they saw well formed and often spiral galaxies. Why would we see well formed galaxies, that should have taken billions of years to form, at the farthest reaches of our visible universe (billions of years in the past)? Hmmm, a bit caught off guard. Inflationary theory? Perhaps, or somethings not quite right with our understanding of space, time and matter. There's always something to learn.