Photo of a cluster of galaxies far from the Earth 5 billion light years and further managed to get with the “natural” lenses from clusters of stars.
The study of an infinite Universe is on the minds of humanity throughout existence. Today, scientists are able to penetrate at such distances to overcome that ever humanity is unlikely. The Hubble telescope astronomers opens up new horizons. Today, scientists have turned their attention to a cluster of galaxies called Abell 370, distant from Solar system by more than 5 billion light-years. Such sverhdorogie galaxy may not exist currently, but the light from them still continues to fly through time.
Technology zoom in using the “natural” lenses used recently. Its essence is that the telescope uses the light of closer galaxies and supernovas, bending and manipulating them to “see” more distant objects.
In 2012, with the help of this technology it was possible to take a picture of the galaxy, remote from Earth at 10 billion light years. The main purpose of such research is the study and determination of galaxies during their formation in the first 800 million years after the Big Bang. This project headed by scientists from Denmark and the UK.