The One of the very known Hubble Telescope which is known for taking deep space images from the space were collected over 20 years to solve the puzzle of how many galaxies the cosmos harbor.
The result which came after knowing the research was quite very interesting and enormous too, there are almost two trillion galaxies in the universe, which is almost 20 times more than what expected or thought. The news has been confirmed by the astronomers on Thursday. This statement has been given by them after doing a 20 year research and 3D modelling of images which was collected by them over 20 years by the Hubble Telescope and was also published in the Astronomical Journal.
Now the scientist has puzzled over how many galaxies were in the Cosmos harbor at least US Astronomer Edwin Hubble showed up in 1924. According to the new findings, most of our approach is only limited to the 10% of what is out there in the space and But even in the era of modern astronomy, getting an accurate tally has proven difficult.
Now the question arises about the rest of the 90% Universe which is still unknown to many kinds and there is a lot of things to get revealed by Humans in this manner and the researchers are very much excited to know what will going to be in there when they will going to find out the actual properties and proportions of the left out universe out in the space.
By using the deep space images from Hubble, Conselice and his team which is named as Painstakingly has converted them into actual 3D images and the number of galaxies at different times in the history of the universe.
The analyst reached back more than 13bn years which was very near to the “Big Bang” and was also the time when the universe got its birth. A galaxy is basically a system of billions and millions f stars which are held together by gravity, while they also have a planetary system within them.
Using this models which are basically mathematical the astronomers were able to infer the number of “invisible” galaxies beyond the reach of the telescope which will leading to the surprising realization that the vast majority are too far and still very away to be seen by us.
When the universe was only a few billion years old, there were 10 times as many galaxies in a given volume of space as there are today, the findings suggest. This seriously turns out to be the ‘significant evolution which must have occurred to reduce their number through extensive merging of system’.