Hubble Ultra Deep Field Most-Distant Galaxy Candidates - Close-up 2
This image of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (HUDF) — a small region of sky in the direction of the southern constellation Fornax — shows some of the earliest star-forming galaxies in the Universe.
The sensitivity of Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), combined with the penetrating power of the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) have finally revealed these long-sought after faint galaxies. Some of these faint objects are less than one four-billionth the brightness of stars that can be seen with the naked eye and their light has taken nearly 13 billion years to reach Earth.
About the Image
|Release date:||23 September 2004, 15:00|
|Size:||292 x 220 px|
About the Object
|Name:||Hubble Ultra Deep Field, HUDF|
|Type:||• Early Universe : Cosmology : Morphology : Deep Field|
• X - Galaxies Images/Videos
• X - Cosmology Images/Videos
Colours & filters
|435 nm||Hubble Space Telescope|
|606 nm||Hubble Space Telescope|
|775 nm||Hubble Space Telescope|
|850 nm||Hubble Space Telescope|