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    makenna deleter

Look through Hubble's time tunnel and into the DISTANT past with this "deeper than ever" image of space.

Jesse McDougall

Almost every visible object in this image is a galaxy, each one brimming with billions of celestial bodies. The most far-flung among them loom over 13-billion light years from Earth. The light that Hubble's instruments receive from these galaxies began its journey just a few hundred million years after the birth of the Universe. Power-up your Flux Capacitor, because you're time-travelin'.

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