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  • DV Honeyman

    The Hubble Ultra Deep Field is an image of a small area of space in the constellation Fornax, created using Hubble Space Telescope data from 2003 and 2004. By collecting faint light over many hours of observation, it revealed thousands of galaxies, both nearby and very distant, making it the deepest image of the universe ever taken at that time.

  • Joyce E. Ritchie

    The Hubble Space Telescope is an icon in space. Launched on April 24, 1990, the space telescope has changed how we view the universe around us. Here: This Hubble Telescope view is the most comprehensive picture of the evolving universe %u2014 among the most colorful deep space images ever captured by the 24-year-old telescope. Image released June 3, 2014. [Read the Full Story Here]

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