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Extreme deep field

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This has already been discussed here. It's a very nice picture and holds the record of "Most distant object ever imaged".

Can't wait to see what the James Webb Space Telescope will show us!

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"Most distant object ever imaged".

in the observable universe, what we cant see is more intriguing

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in the observable universe, what we cant see is more intriguing

Is that to say we have imaged objects beyond the observable universe then? ;)

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My bad didnt seen the previous post for it. It's certainly impressive tho. It's mind boggling to me how there can be so much in such a small piece of sky. I say a small piece of sky but I guess this proves wherever you look in the sky it unimaginably immense.

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So if the next and even deeper field finds galaxies the BB is in trouble?

Olly

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So if the next and even deeper field finds galaxies the BB is in trouble?

Olly

If this field real is from 13 Billion Years ago? Then BB is already in trouble! The Earth took 4.5 Billion Years to form, right! So now what's the probability that one of these galaxies has a rock based planet, very high on the count that there are so many of them! So either the universe is older than we think or we have to completely rethink spacetime and the speed of light?

In fact, there are so many unanswered questions about the BB?

But I'll not go on here otherwise we risk turning this into a physics thread!!!

Edited by Darth Takahashi

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