Using a model of the expansion of the Universe, redshift can be related to the age of an observed object, (TN J0924-2201) is at a redshift z = 5.2 . Cosmic age t(z): the age of the universe at that redshift; Let's calculate this for one model: So if we find an object of a given age at a given redshift, . A Redshift Lookup Table for our Universe where redshift z is listed in the first and last columns, while the corresponding universe age in billions of years is . Each redshift corresponds to an age of the universe, for example, depending on your setup (the age of the universe should be ~13 Gyr at z=0). In :. Big Bang · Universe; Age of It is possible to find a rough estimate of the redshift of the recombination epoch assuming corresponding to redshift z = . The most distant galaxy discovered is GN-z11 in the Hubble Ultra deep Field at redshift z=11.9, about 10% of the age of the Universe in the rest frame of the galaxy..