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Hubble : The Deepest view of the Universe ever
- Title Hubble : The Deepest view of the Universe ever
- Released 10/03/2004
- Length 00:05:27
- Language English
- Footage Type Documentary
- Copyright ESA
Why would anyone aim the world's most sophisticated
telescope at the same piece of sky for 28 days in a row?
Answer: because it allows astronomers to see much farther out
and further back in time that ever before!
American and European scientists today unveiled the deepest
portrait of the visible universe ever achieved by humankind -
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field.
Located in the constellation of Fornax, just below the
constellation of Orion the hunter, the image spans just one-tenth
the diameter of the full Moon, but reveals an estimated
The Ultra Deep Field shows galaxies that are 2-4 times fainter
Hubble could see previously, so Hubble takes us to within a
stone's throw of the big bang itself!
Hubble : The deepest view of the Univers ever No Prod 2495
10:00:40 Hubble in space
10:00:59 Hubble zooms on the Ultra Deep Field
10:01:38 Interview with Piero Rosati, European
Southern Observatory (ESO)
10:01:53 The first Hubble Deep Field from 1995
10:01:59 Interview with Piero Rosati, European
10:02:10 Different 'Hubble Deep Field' surveys
with Hubble, Chandra and ISO.
10:02:28 Interview with Piero Rosati, European
10:02:46 Pans and zooms on the new Hubble Ultra
10:03:33 SÀren Larsen I/V, ESA/ESO, in front of screen in his office
10:03:50 Close-up grism
10:03:56 Clos-up screen
10:04:01 Blending between the ACS and NICMOS
parts of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field.
10:04:31 Cosmic timeline
10:05:12 Scientists looking the Ultra Deep Field
10:05:19 The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space
10:05:28 END A-ROLL
10:05:34 A-roll animations and footage unedited
10:16:29 Hubble Space Telescope stock an
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