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The Hubble Extreme Deep Field (Oct 14 2012) Image Credit: NASA, ESA, G. Illingworth, D. Magee, and P. Oesch (UCSC), R. Bouwens (Leiden Obs.), and the XDF Team Explanation: What did the first galaxies look like? To help answer this question, the Hubble Space Telescope has just finished taking the eXtreme Deep Field (XDF), the deepest image of the universe ever taken in visible light. Pictured above, the XDF shows a sampling of some of the oldest galaxies ever seen, galaxies that formed…


The Hubble Extreme Deep Field is most distant image of the Universe ever created. Its diameter is one tenth the width of the full moon, its area is...


Researchers have discovered a set of mature galaxies 12 billion light years away, seen when the Universe was just 1.6 billion years old.


Hubble Extreme Deep Field - The Hubble eXtreme Deep Field (XDF) is an image of a small part of space in the center of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field within the constellation Fornax, showing the deepest optical view in space Released on September 25, 2012, the XDF image compiled 10 years of previous images and shows galaxies from 13.2 billion years ago.

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Phil Plait: "We humans, our planet, our Sun, our galaxy, are so small as to be impossible to describe on this sort of scale, and that’s a good perspective to have. But never forget: we figured this out... And it all started with simply looking up. Always look up, every chance you get. There’s a whole Universe out there waiting to be explored."


The Hubble eXtreme Deep Field | ESA/Hubble [Note: Alone in the Universe, LOL]

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Ten years' worth of data went into compiling the Hubble eXtreme Deep Field, the deepest view of our universe ever created.


10 years of Hubble telescope pictures combined to create the most detailed photograph of the universe ever.


Hubbell telescope captures 10,000 galaxies.