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La imagen más profunda del universo.    La fotografía del Campo Ultra Profundo fue tomada por el telescopio espacial Hubble entre septiembre de 2003 y enero de 2004 y es la imagen más profunda del universo tomada con luz visible. Lo que se ve en este diminuto fragmento del cielo explorado por el Hubble son centenares de miles de galaxias más allá de la Vía Láctea.    Ésta es una de las muchas maravillas que, tras 22 años de servicio, el telescopio espacial Hubble ha puesto ante nuestros…

Picture Album: Hubble Ultra Deep Field Continues to Tell the Unfolding Story of the Universe

Hubble/Chandra composite - NewsCenter - Life Is Too Fast, Too Furious for This Runaway Galaxy (03/04/2014) - Release Images

Hubble/Chandra composite - NewsCenter - Life Is Too Fast, Too Furious for This Runaway Galaxy - Release Images

Coma Cluster of galaxies

The Coma Cluster of galaxies, the densest, richest cluster of galaxies located nearby, just 330 million light years away. Image credit: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona, under

Extreme Deep Field

27 of Hubble's Best Photos for Its 27th Birthday

vouzou: “ The Hubble Extreme Deep Field The Hubble Extreme Deep Field is the most distant image of the Universe ever created. Its diameter is one tenth the width of the full moon, its area is one 30 millionth of the entire sky. Within this field of.

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Light Echo: The Movie. An eight-frame movie, interpolated for smoothness, of an outwardly moving light echo of the flash of an apparent supernova or star collision. The actual time-span of the above movie is from when the flash was first recorded, to

The Owl and the Galaxy :  via NASA js

The Owl and the Galaxy : via NASA js

Hubble image of a "Space Invader"  Credit: NASA/ESA/N. Rose

'Space Invader' shows up in cosmic image

The gravitational field around a massive cluster of galaxies, acting as a natural lens, has created a cartoon-like "space invader" image, U.

- * 13 Year Span Observance of M 87 * - At the center of this giant, elliptical galaxy is a massive black-hole powered jet of hot gas which extends 5,000 light-years. Image reveals changes in the stream discovered in 1918 by Heber Curtis -

- * 13 Year Span Observance of M 87 * - At the center of this giant, elliptical galaxy is a massive black-hole powered jet of hot gas which extends light-years. Image reveals changes in the stream discovered in 1918 by Heber Curtis -

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