Hubble Telescope Views Universe’s Brightest Galaxies
The images of these Hubble telescope expose the mess of twisted galaxies of the world into interesting piece of patterns like streaks, arcs and smeared rings. This interesting feature push the shape of the world into the biggest galaxy due to the used of magnifying lenses. Some of the oddity shape of the galaxy is due to the collision between the different large galaxies. Like the Faraway galaxy is 10,000 times more shinning than the Milky Way. These galaxies were 8 billion to 11.5 billion years ago.
Hubble Telescope Views Brightest Galaxies
Due to the using of gravitational lensing Hubble telescope give a unique close up of the biggest galaxies of the universe. As it is state above that it is 10,000 times more glowing than a Milky Way.
We see the images of galaxies with the help of gravitational lensing, expose a twisted network of distorted things interrupted the various pattern like arcs and ring. The weird shapes of the galaxy is due to the foreground lensing galaxies, the strong gravity force will change the background images of the galaxies. A different forms also produced due to the spectacular collision between long, large galaxies in the form of galactic destructed clash.
A researcher named James lowenthal form college of Northampton in Massachusetts said that we success the prize of gravitational lenses. These large, starburst and more glowing galaxies are only few in number. Due to the gravitational lensing we enlarge the images for the sake to understand the details. The features is as small as about 100 light years or less. As gravitational lensing is a tool through which we learn more deeply and properly.
The galaxies are burning and give out the 10,000 new star in every year. This extraordinary increase in the birth of stars is going on the peak of the universe about 8 billion years ago. The birth of star cause a too much dust due to which galaxies are hide, and creating problem to visualize the light in it. So they glow in an electromagnetic lights, and shinning intelligently between 10 trillion to 100 trillion suns.
The use of gravitational lenses when the power of gravity of a large galaxy or a bunch of galaxies to enlarge the light of weak galaxy, from more cold background. The last observation of the galaxy introduce the electromagnetic light in ground and space. But the main objective of Hubble telescope to confirms the facts of researchers.
According to the team of researcher only in few dozens of electromagnetic galaxies are exist in the universe, spread all over the sky. They exist in remarkable dense region of the universe that increase the star formation in the early stage.
Definitely there are some sign through which we understand the formation of galaxies about billions years ago. Lowenthal explain that there are various undiscovered facts about the galaxy and stars production. So we need to understand all these galaxies. Like most commonly is Milky Way, so there is a need to understand how stars and galaxies are formed.
So for the sake to understand these galaxies firstly astronomers go through a galaxies of foreground lensing to the background galaxies. The lensing galaxy is work like a water, as water change our view as a lensing galaxies do, the gravity is move the shape of the large galaxies. Lowerthal said that we need to understand the nature and scale of those lensing effects to understand properly what we were seeing in the cold, this thing is applied to all brightest galaxies or we can say that aa cold galaxies.
The team of lowerthal is in the middle of the survey of Hubble telescope of 22 galaxies. Another team of international astronomers first identify the galaxies above the electromagnetic light with the help of survey data from European Space Agency’s (ESA). The team compare the data of the galaxies taken form ESA to the ground based radio data which was taken by the large array in New Mexico. Then the astronomer used Large Millimeter Telescope (LMT) the find the distance between these galaxies to the earth. Not only is used to measure the distance but also used to find other objects that are hide in the galaxies.
The shinning galaxies are find between 8 billion to 11.5 billion years ago, it is a time when a universe create a star more forcefully than today. The production of stars in the galaxies is five thousand to ten thousand more than the Milky Way. Still the shinning galaxies are jump into the stars same as the Milky Way.
Here is the question arise that what process is responsible for the rapid increase in star birth? According to the research it is found that most shinning galaxies in the world contain more dust and immense and they have experience spurts of star production.
But lowerthal said that it is hard or difficult to study these galaxies because of the dust present in it make difficult to observe the visualization. This is also in very few quantity, it is not shown in deep survey. It is appear for a few time so for that no one can observe it in detail. That’s why gravitational lensed is very important for that.
These galaxies are more shinning, more extra shinning galaxies, heavy, dusty and star burst galaxies, appear in the adjacent side.
Another idea for making a star flow is with the help of lot of gases, the thing which make a stars are flowing in a faraway galaxies. In the past the universe was a think, then may be reason of flowing down the faraway galaxies. Which we have not identify still. As lowerthal said that this is what the astronomer are struggle for that how do we get all the gas into a galaxy.
The team of researcher decide to use a Hubble telescope and Gemini to find out the difference between the background galaxies and foreground galaxies. So that able to analyze the details of that galaxies.
The future telescope NASA James Webb space telescope for an electromagnetic observation is launch in 2018, which able to find the speed of the galaxies. So that astronomers will measure the weight of these shinning objects.
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