There was a NYT item today by Dennis Overbye about what I think is this: http://arxiv.org/abs/1504.01734 CBS headline said "brightest galaxy in early universe". I don't yet understand what all the excitement is about. But I think that is the link to the professional paper that is getting the media buzz. No time to pursue this further. Maybe somebody else can explain. A galaxy at redshift 7 or 6.6 that has a bunch of PopIII stars or very very massive early universe stars, that last only 2 million years and then explode. something to do with "reionization era" Haven't read the NYT piece, it might clarify. Have to go.