The universe is a magical place. Hundreds of millions of miles of unexplored places can cause chilling in many of us. Below we offer a glance at the most detailed photograph of the deepest universe we have been able to create in modern human history. We can see the photo radiation of 10,000 galaxies 13 billion years ago.
This latest photograph is the result of the hard work of astronomers headed by the Canary Islands astrophysics institute. The team explains how they've been able to create this image at all. This was done using a display technique called ABYSS, which is capable of retaining low surface brightness properties.
In other words, it can pull the "lost" persistent light from distant and larger galaxies that were not captured in previous experiments or photographs. Dark gray indicates new light found around galaxies, while lighter gray is used to display the "weaker" background light that is emitted from more than 100 billion stars.
"We returned to the original images archive directly from Hubble's telescope and improved the process of combining to achieve the best image quality not only for distant smaller galaxies but also for expanded areas of the largest galaxies," said project leader Alejandro S Borlaff.