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The Hubble Ultra Deep Field seems to have a lot of dark areas in it. With a more powerful telescope, will we find galaxies in them?

FRANK COULTER, PAUANUI BEACH, NEW ZEALAND
Astronomers believe there are many more galaxies to be found within the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, a patch of sky in the constellation Fornax where the Hubble Space Telescope acquired the most penetrating views of the cosmos at visible and near-infrared wavelengths. Unfortunately, the light from more distant galaxies is so redshifted Hubble cannot detect it.

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