On September rrd, 2003 FFA
the Hubble Space Telescope
began pointing its camera at
a small area in the night sky.
The area, about a tenth the size
of the full moon, appeared to be
complete blackness with no
stars visible to the naked eye.
Hubble kept its camera pointed
there for over 4 months, taking
in all the light t could.
This is what Hubble saw...
Each dot in this/ image is an entire galaxy.
Each up to, 1 trillion stars.
Each star may have a system of planets.
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