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This site shows what the hubble found in deep black space. My thought- How great God is to have created the heavens.

Hope this opens up....

www.flixxy.com/hubble-ultra-deep-field-3d.htm

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WOW !!! Thank You....


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That was the way I felt watching the video....WOW!

What was amazing is the narrator saying this is the strongest telescope and that is the maximum distance it could reach.
Now with that said can you imagine just how small of a speck we are in this great universe.

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It's by no means the most powerful telescope (a "mere" 2.4 meters; the Keck pair in Hawaii are 10 M EACH - collectively - 34X the light-gathering power and several hundred times the resolving power). What the Hubble has is what it hasn't: Atmosphere.

While the Kecks (and other large ground-based scopes) have are "adaptive optics", which automatically compensate for the effects of atmosphere - but those are no substitute for no atmosphere).

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field is an image unlikely to be surpassed - ever.


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