💫Con la tecla Ctrl presionada, pulsa el signo menos para reducir el tamaño del blog.

💫Si eres Autor prueba la opción Nueva Entrada. Utiliza Chrome para ver el blog completo.

💫Los aficionados ya pueden escribir sobre astronomía. Date de alta como Autor en Universo Mágico Público.

💫Comunidades de Astronomía en Google Plus: Universo Mágico - Astronomy Lab - Space Roads - Space World - Astronomy Station

💫Grupos de Astronomía en en Facebook: Astronomy & Space Exploration - Universo Mágico - Big Bang


💫Elliptical and Colliding Galaxies


Turning its penetrating vision toward southern skies, the Hubble telescope has peered down a 12- billion-light-year-long corridor loaded with a dazzling assortment of thousands of never-before-seen galaxies. The observation, called the Hubble Deep Field South, doubles the number of far-flung galaxies available to astronomers for deciphering the history of the universe.



This new far-look complements the original Hubble "deep field" taken in late 1995, when Hubble was aimed at a small patch of space near the Big Dipper. Hubble's sharp vision allows astronomers to sort galaxy shapes. The image is dominated by beautiful pinwheel-shaped disk galaxies, which are like our Milky Way.


Credit: R. Williams (STScI), the HDF-S Team, and NASA

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario

Comentar es un incentivo para el Autor