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The Hubble Deep Field, explained by the man who made it happen.



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harry walker
THERE WAS NO BIG BANG,THATS JUST THERE EXCUSE FOR BEING IGNORANT.THE UNIVERS HAS BEEN HERE FOREVER,BUT YOU,,,CANT COMPREHEND,,,FOREVER.
no22sill
vulgar display of power
Abdul Moeed
Believe or not we are in the very beginning of CIVILIZATION.
goodtasteification
I get these same images when i look in a microscope, or watch a film on mitoses or arc welding gives you some weird images too!
Cann Abinoid
So they immediately released the information to the public. What information are they NOT releasing to the public ?
David Handley
It wasn’t a manufacturing fault with the mirror as such. They made the simple mistake of not allowing for zero gravity in space. The mirror distorted when the gravity was removed.
Davis 1118
This makes me wonder what would be more terrifying. The current ever expansive universe that cannot be explored, but offers unlimited questions and curiosities? Or a small universe the size of our solar system that we can fully explore and answer all the questions too??
Angelo Reyes
my teacher gave me a poster with the same exact picture 0:10
Binski 122
Nice to see my uncle worked on such a historical piece
Lennin Corral
Well now we have a blurry picture of a black hole but clear pictures of almost half the universe, WTF!!! Really🤦🏻‍♂️😤
Michael Drew
@4.09 it's mentioned about galaxy formation that the galaxies that are small and irregular are early in their evolution. But couldn't it be that those galaxies which are small, irregular and blurry are just much further distant away than the galaxies which appear larger, regular and crisp? Enlighten me?
Michael Mahoney
Got over Evolution, evolution is not true this was a great video till then, why is it so hard to say GOD made all this, and it's beautiful to behold
Michael Sebourn
mr gore can suck a big one
Engineering Society
Images vox shown in here are not real photograph's. It is edited version of original copy. No galaxy is of different colour. They appears brighter and some lighter.
R0m4ik20
brace yourself james webb telescope might be out in space in 2020
Remonize
clearly its broken again the black hole is way beyond blurry
Why Even
So.. is the Big Bang possibly still going on?
Gustavo
we lost 50 years since the arrival to the moon. We should´ve had a moon colony and a Mars colony and maybe sending our first crew to Saturn´s moon, besides of course mining asteroides and bringing back to earth precious materials to work with in any area. I don´t think we´ll see Saturn expedition, so sad.
Luis Ignacio Hernandez
They can used it to watch the Big Bang
Mr. Rob
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The universe is a living and growing organism. Most people are so busy searching for life and the question of our existence here on earth. Instead of spending billions of dollars to make mankind escape from a beautiful planet that has all the answer to life and the universe emerged. People see that they destroy the earth and do nothing. And besides, we're not ready to get the answer why and what the universe consists of. But if we spend a few years and trillions then it's coded into our cells the whole answer lies there waiting for us to wake up but sleep and sleep in class. There is plenty of life elsewhere and that affects our climate on earth. We think everything possible CO2 is to blame, but a little change in our galaxy means a lot to life here on earth. You have to think big and still think small at the same time. One might imagine that the Universe is like a big computer that is constantly evolving at a rapid pace, I can laugh when I see great videos and pictures that do not exist but in the imagination, but can the universe listen and collect our data and they arise? . I can also laugh a little at the fact that scientists only think that light is the maximum speed, but there are other enegs that can move faster a light. the researchers just do not have measuring equipment for this yet. Gravity when we can see and use gravity so it solves our trouble moving without taking damage when we are to search and travel around the universe. We can measure the attraction of the earth and the moon, but we have not understood the energy that locks the whole universe together. We know how molecules appear when they are influenced by external influences when we can learn how to control the molecules separating them and collecting them again. But we are so busy looking into space and using the money wrongly. hug
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