The Hubble Space Telescope has produced some of the most impressive flashes of distant objects humanity has ever seen, but one particular image has repeatedly astonished the researchers and continues to give new insights.
of space, known as Hubble's ultra-deep field, and it takes hundreds of hours for it to be produced with the help of the Broad Field Telescope. that exists.
In a new article published in astronomy and astrophysics researchers from the Spanish Canary Islands. "What we did was return to the archive of the original images. directly as seen by HST, and improves the combining process by striving for the best image quality not only for smaller distant smaller galaxies but also for expanded regions of the largest galaxies, Alejandro S. Borlaff of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) says in a statement
The resulting image looks a bit strange compared to the original composite, but it is easier to see the new light sources that peer into what we used before it was black sail. These new "ultra deep" images show objects that are farther away from the closest foreground galaxies dating back some 1
The pipeline that the team uses to detect hidden light sources can potentially be used with other images of space and teach us even more about what is beyond.