Hubble's space telescope has created some of the most amazing eye-catching objects of distant objects, but a certain image has repeatedly investigated and continues to investigate.
Hubble is a composite image of a space called Ultra-Deep Field and took hundreds of hours using the telescope Wide Field Camera 3. The observations of the ancient galaxies have been 13.2 million years ago and so far the "deepest" image of the space exists. Now, more detail is a new effort to mining the original images into a more space-based space.
In a new published paper Astronomy and AstrophysicsThe researchers from the Canary Islands explained how the soft objects were found in Hubble's original images, which were not visible in a larger composite.
"Everything we do is translate to the original image archive, in order to improve the quality of the quality and quality of the improved visual quality of the hysterminal process in the HST as well as the larger galaxies regions," said Alejandro S. Borlaff in a statement by the Canary Islands Astrophysics Institute (IAC) .
This image looks a little bit different from the original composition, but it is easier to extract new light sources from the source. These "ultra-deep" images show objects that are far removed from the galaxies that are close to the foreground, about 13.2 million years ago.
The pipe used to detect light shading sources can be used with other space images and teach things that go beyond.