字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 The Hubble Space Telescope has blown our minds over the years with images like the Deep Field, Ultra Deep Field and Extreme Deep field. These famous images give us a phenomenal perspective that what may look like empty space is actually overflowing with galaxies. The deep field images are long exposures taken in the visible and near-infrared wavelengths, but now we have something more: the Ultraviolet. This image is composed of 841 orbits of Hubble Time, each a 90-minute exposure, from 2003 to 2012 allowing us to see the very early Universe in a wide band of light. Larger, hotter stars emit more light at smaller wavelengths so observing in ultraviolet this far back is extremely important for researchers to see how these stars formed and evolved over the observable lifespan of our Universe. So this image truly gives us a more full story as to how the early Universe came to be when it comes to star and galaxy formation, almost like another language was added to the Rosetta Stone, giving more opportunities to tell the grand story of where we came from.