The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has observed a massive and compact galaxy that appears to be dormant, shockingly located over 13 billion light years from Earth. Even more astounding is its metal content which is nearly equivalent to that found in our Milky Way Galaxy, but existed when the universe was only 1.3 billion years old. Analysis of the data provides astrologers with an unprecedented look at star formation processes in ancient times, giving us an enlightening glimpse into the past.