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Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies

Ultra Deep Field galaxies. Hubble Space Telescope Ultra Deep Field, the deepest view ever taken of the universe in 2004. Each dot of light is a separate galaxy. Some of these are amongst the most distant objects ever seen, over 13 billion light years away, and thus over 13 billion years old. To detect these extremely faint galaxies, the HST focused its ACS and NICMOS cameras on an apparently empty patch of sky for one million seconds. The infrared NICMOS data shows galaxies at a redshift of up to 12, which were among the first objects to form in the universe after its birth 13.7 billion years ago

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This print showcases the Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies, offering a mesmerizing glimpse into the vastness of our universe. Taken by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004, this image represents the deepest view ever captured of our cosmos. Each tiny dot of light depicted here represents a separate galaxy, with some being among the most distant objects ever observed. These galaxies are located over 13 billion light years away from us, meaning that their light has taken more than 13 billion years to reach our eyes. Consequently, they provide us with a unique window into the early stages of our universe's formation and development. To capture these incredibly faint galaxies, the Hubble Space Telescope focused its ACS and NICMOS cameras on what appeared to be an empty patch of sky for an astounding one million seconds. The resulting infrared NICMOS data revealed galaxies at redshifts up to 12 - some of the first objects to form after the birth of our universe approximately 13.7 billion years ago. This awe-inspiring photograph not only highlights humanity's remarkable advancements in astronomical observation but also serves as a testament to our insatiable curiosity about how everything came into existence. It reminds us that we are part of something much larger than ourselves and invites contemplation on questions surrounding cosmic origins and evolution.

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