ROME - An Italian team of astronomers has recently observed the afterglow of a Gamma-Ray Burst, the farthest known ever, having a measured redshift of 6.3. The light from this very remote astronomical source has taken about 12,700 million years to reach the Earth.What it means? I'm not really sure. Possibly will go to $4?
As per Guido Chincarini from INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera and University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy) and leader of a team that studied the object with ESO's Very Large Telescope confirms that it is among the intrinsically brightest Gamma-Ray Burst ever observed.
— R. Scott Raynovich, Cosmic Guy, Light Reading