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Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image

In late 2003 to early 2004, the Hubble team kept stacking exposures of the same spot in the sky for a total of about a million seconds to form the deepest view ever into space.  They wanted to see what galaxies were visible from the era close to the big bang.  What they got was tremendous.  If you want your mind blown, head over to this wikimedia image link and be amazed.  It's my desktop on my mac now...

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