An Eclectic Mix of Galaxies
This image taken in 2003 includes an eclectic combination of galaxies. Hubble's infrared camera snapped the image of a galaxies young, old, large and small.
The Expanding Universe
This close-up image of a galaxy taken from the Hubble Ultra Deep Space image shows a redshift of an estimated z=9.5. This means that the galaxy is moving away from us as the universe expands.
A snippet of galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field which students will employ to learn how light is used to explore the universe.
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field captured these two galaxies, roughly 5.5 billion light-years from Earth, merging.
With Hubble's Near-Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer, Galaxy HUDF-JD2 glows in a light red.
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field image provides scientists with plenty of data to study for years to come.
Collection of Galaxies From the Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image
These galaxies were spied in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field images. The Hubble Ultra Deep Field offers a narrow yet deep view of the Universe.
Merging Galaxies — 3 Billion Light-Years from Earth
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field captured these two galaxies, about 3 billion light-years away, merging.
Gravitationally Lensed High-Redshift Galaxy Candidates
A color composite image of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field with green circles delineating galaxies with a redshift of ~8 and red circles showing galaxies with a higher-redshift.
Hubble Ultra Deep Field Infrared View of Galaxies Billions of Light-Years Away
Cutting across billions of light-years, this image taken by the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-object Spectrometer reveals galaxies far away from long ago.