The Physicochemical Universe
Most Distant Views
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Farthest Observed Objects Through the HST and Other Large Telescopes

Hubble Deep Field


The farther our search takes us, the more abundant become the galaxies in the cosmos.  This basic fact should have alerted astronomers and cosmologists to the simplest feature of the universe... that it is infinite and not in need of any further expansion or dimensionality.