Hubble’s 13 Billion Year Old Photo


Over the last 30 years, Hubble has taken millions of incredible photos of distant stars and galaxies. But Hubble’s best images have come and gone, and the world’s most famous telescope will sadly come to an end in the not-to-distant future. This video looks at how Hubble managed to capture an image of the most distant Galaxy in the known universe, located 32 billion light-years away.

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