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The most comprehensive photo of the visible universe from Hubble


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Recently, NASA and ESA published to the public fascinating photo of visible part of the universe. Source is Hubble Ultra Deep Field. On the photo, you can count 10 thousand galaxies and even more stars. It should be noted that you can see a lot of points with different colors. These are galaxies too. They also published the video with demonstration the same segment of the space what we are talking about.

This photo differs from others; first, ultraviolet spectrum was added (I.e. creators of the photo made UV light visible). Thanks to this, many objects, which are visible only in UV light, appeared on the photo.

Second, the new image are false-color compilation of shots taken during the course of 841 orbits of Hubble between 2003 and 2012, contains roughly 10,000 galaxies in a vast variety of shapes and sizes.

According to the astronomers, the photo demonstrates us full complexity of the universe. A variety of different galaxies, stars and other objects. Somewhere stars are birthing and somewhere dying.

Pirat 5 june 2014, 8:27
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