No. 107: Sep-Oct 1996
Allied to the problem of old galaxies in young regions of the cosmos is the appearance of substantial amounts of structure early in the history of the universe. The new Keck 10-meter telescope in Hawaii has revealed giant "walls" of youthful galaxies rather than the more uniform distribution expected right after the Big Bang. There is just too much order much too early.
(Glanz, James; "Precocious Structures Found," Science, 272:1590, 1996