Hubble Telescope reveals new discovery of universe's brightest galaxies

The Hubble telescope captures the brightest galaxies ever seen in the universe.

Times Square isn't the only place you can catch the glitz and glam. NASA's famous Hubble Telescope got a front row seat using what's called "gravitational lensing."

Thousands of galaxies act like lenses that magnify light, making them appear super bright.

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NASA says some are as luminous as 100 trillion suns, making the Milky Way look like small potatoes.

How did the galaxies get there in the first place? NASA says they could have been formed by colliding with each other billions of light years away.

NASA adds that gravitational lensing allows researchers to study galaxies more closely.

They'll be busy with these because they create over 10,000 stars annually.