Hubble Ultra Deep Field is located in the constellation Fornax, southwest of the Sabbath. This part is in the southern hemisphere. Hubble Ultra Deep Field The angular area is only 11 square arc minutes. This is equivalent to looking at a 1mm square at a distance of one meter.
The film is based on data from the Hubble Space Telescope between September 3, 2003 and January 16, 2004.
The stars in the constellation Agni are very bright. The Hubble Space Telescope needed exposure time to take pictures of it for about a million seconds.
Taken in the light of the universe taken so far
This is a picture of the most distant star paths.
The distance to the galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field is 13 billion light years
That’s equivalent to 1,300 billion years back. There are close to 10,000 galaxies in this image.
A number of findings have been made using Hubble Ultra Deep Field Studies:
N NGC1316 is one of the most powerful radio sources in the sky.
In the early days of the galaxy (less than a billion years old in the universe) stars were created at high rates.
കൂടിയ The reddened galaxies are smaller and less symmetrical than the reddened ones. This proves that galaxies evolved very rapidly in the early days of the universe.