The most detailed image of the Universe ever seen
As the owner, the image we see is the most detailed ever taken of the universe . A photograph that NASA has released the name of XDF or Extreme Deep Field. An image that it has taken 10 years of photographs from Hubble to make it happen.
What you see are some of the oldest Galaxies ever seen by humans, about 13 billion years back in time. The agency that you can see about 5,500 galaxies, and these are just a small sample of what is really the sky, a small piece of the universe.
The image you see below gives an idea of what we actually see. A photo that focuses on a small area of the constellation Fornax. According to Dr. Garth Illingworth of the University of California and works with Hubble since 2009:
The XDF is the deepest image of the sky ever obtained and reveals the faint and distant galaxies ever seen. XDF allows us to explore further back in time than ever before. It’s a time warp into the distant past.
And that is to carry out the creation of the photo is used several photographs taken from 2003 through the Hubble telescope.
A milestone and a historic image in the future will help the James Webb Space Telescope in finding galaxies that existed when the universe was only a few hundred million years.Tags: Galaxies, universe