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Deepest ever Hubble view: 'History of the Universe in a single image'
by Brian Handwerk
National Geographic Translate This Article
26 September 2012
On 26 September 2012 National Geographic reported:
To create the deepest ever picture of the universe, a NASA team combined more than 2,000 images of the same bit of southern sky in the constellation Fornax. The images had been captured over ten years by two Hubble cameras, which together capture light in ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared wavelengths. Total exposure time: two million seconds, or 23 days. The combined view sparkles with some 5,500 galaxies, including spirals like our own Milky Way and fuzzy red giants -- the aging remnants of ancient galactic collisions where no new stars are being born.
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