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What is an extreme deep field image (XDF) and how is it captured?
NASA recently took this Extreme Deep Field image (XDF) that is the area of only small fraction of the dia of moon and contains 5,500 galaxies. Nasa says this was capture by extreme long exposures so ...
Sep 28 '12 at 16:31
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