Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken
Sponsored link:

The Deep Field/Ultra Deep field images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope represent the farthest we've ever seen into the universe.

Sponsored link:
Please share:    E-Mail   Facebook  and   Subscribe!
In 1995 and again in 2003, the Hubble Space Telescope stared for a little over 11 days at a rather unremarkable section of sky.  Parts of the sky the width of a dime 75 feet away were intensely photographed. The results were amazing: Over 10,000 galaxies were observed.  Photons of these galaxies have traveled for 13 billion years to record their images for us to see.  Written and narrated by Tony Darnell. 
Music: "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" by Pink Floyd  "Ride On" by James McCarthy  "Living On A Thin Line" by The Kinks
Flixxy editors search the internet daily to find the very best videos for you:   SELECTION: From over 3 million videos uploaded to YouTube daily, Flixxy editors select only a few videos to be added to the site daily.   PG RATING: Flixxy videos and comments are all PG rated. They are "Safe For All Ages" and "Safe For Work".  All content is uplifting.   SELECTED START AND END POINTS: Many of Flixxy's videos start late or end early. We skip lengthy introductions and get to the point.   CONCISE CAPTION AND DESCRIPTION: We don't use "click-bait."  Your time is valuable, so we distill the information down to what you want to know.
FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER: Get the latest videos delivered to your inbox by subscribing to the FREE "Video of the Day" newsletter.

*** Thumbnails --