An international group of scientists discovered a small copy of the Milky Way. Researchers from the United States, Britain and India using the ALMA telescope set in Chile confirmed that the young counterparts of the galaxy are 12 billion light-years away from the Earth. Most of them were formed 300 million years after the so-called Big Bang, which is considered one of the theories of the origin of our planet. Scientists claim that around these galaxies of a separate group there is a so-called hydrogen layer, which resembles a cloud. The discs themselves, from which they are formed, also belong to the Milky Way and have the form of a spiral. There are galaxies with a frequency of 25 to 100 solar masses per year.