This image shows the position of the most distant galaxy discovered so far within a deep sky Hubble Space Telescope survey called GOODS North (Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey North). The survey field contains tens of thousands of galaxies stretching far back into time.
Image: NASA, ESA, and P. Oesch (Yale University).

The most distant galaxy observed in the universe is called GN-z11. When discovered, this galaxy appears as it did 13.4 billion years ago. This also makes it the oldest observed galaxy to date.