Telescopes spot the oldest and most distant black hole formed after the big bang
It is believed that the oldest and most distant black hole to be discovered so far formed around 670 million years after the Big Bang. This incredibly distant black hole was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2018. It resides in the middle of a quasar named it of J1342+0928, which is located approximately 13.03 billion light years away. This is the most distant supermassive black hole ever discovered, making it the earliest member of the quasar family.