The Hubble Deep Field image

 
The Hubble Deep Field image

The Hubble deep field is a picture of the furthest we have ever seen out into space. The Hubble telescope stared out into a patch of sky around the size of a grain of sand for around 7 days, gathering and processing information, and day by day zooming its lenses deeper and deeper into the cosmos, even deeper than we ever thought possible. Every single point of light you see in this picture above is an entire galaxy, just gleaming in the darkness of space.

Image Credit: NASA

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