The Hubble Space Telescope has produced some of the most stunning glimpses of distant objects mankind has ever laid eyes on, but one particular image.
This is a composite image of space known as the Hubble Ultra-Deep Field. the “deepest” image of space that exists. Now, a new effort to get into the area is a deeper look into that area of space.
In a new paper published in Astronomy & Astrophysics, from Canary Islands, Spain, Canary Islands.
"What we have done is the original images of the original image, but also for the extended image of the distant galaxies, but also for the extended" regions of the largest galaxies, ”Alejandro S. Borlaff of the Institut de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) received a statement.
The resulting image looks like a bit odd when it comes to the pitch black canvas. These new “ultra-deep” images show objects that are more distant in the foreground, which have been dated to around 13.2 billion years ago.
The pipeline of the team used to detect hidden light sources could be used with other images of space.