New Hubble view shows objects a billion times fainter than your eyes can see. Astronomers say this image also offers a remarkable depth of field that lets us see more than halfway to the edge of the observable universe. 18 more words
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Want to see a real black hole image? Well here it is. Black holes are some of the most powerful and mysterious objects in the universe, what is left behind after a star has collapsed. 57 more words
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The Hubble eXtreme Deep Field image was released on September 25, 2012. It is the deepest optical view of space that currently exists, showing galaxies from 13.2 billion years in the past. 108 more words
This video begins with a view of the night sky before zooming in towards galaxy cluster CLASS B1608+656. It homes in first on a view of the area around the cluster from the Digitized Sky Survey (produced with a ground-based telescope), before focusing on Hubble observations of the cluster. 22 more words