A survey of the oldest objects in the Universe has revealed a multitude of dwarf galaxies that are producing stars at a dizzying pace. Using the infrared vision of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers concentrated on two regions, observing 69 galaxies brimming with stars. The unexpected discovery of prolific star formation in young dwarf galaxies may lead astronomers to reevaluate current theories about how galaxies evolve.