According to a statement by NASA, the most extensive view of space to date has been created with 16 years of data from the Hubble Space Telescope. Approximately 7,500 separate images were put together in the image.
Hubble is called Legacy Field, and it can display approximately 265,000 galaxies in a single frame. The formation of these galaxies shows 13.3 billion years to 500 million years after the Big Bang.
This visual of NASA shows us 30 times more galaxies than the previous release. "The weakest and most distant galaxies emit as much as a billionths of the light the human eye can see," NASA said in a statement.
The data in 31 different Hubble programs were combined to create this image. According to NASA, no visualization of the new generation of space telescopes will not pass this visual.