Do you know much about these stars? Cuz I have a question. :)
If the light from Earendel took 12.9 billion light years to get to us...that means, I guess, for us to 'see' it at all, right?
Then, the black spaces we see as 'nothing there'...could that mean there are stars (50+xs the size of our sun and
a million times as bright, as was mentioned) farther away that are not visible yet to earth...say 15
billion light years away?
So, 2 billion light years 'behind' or in back of, farther away from Earendel.
And that star 50xs brighter than the Sun, Earendel ---could easily have a galaxy around it...in other words -
it's just one bright star in a galaxy of 150 billion like our Milky Way?
Fun example: "Stars... are gathered together into vast groups known as galaxies
Astronomers estimate there are about 100 thousand million
stars in the Milky Way
Outside that, there are millions upon
millions of other galaxies also!"
Another link about 1.43 min on Earendel.