Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

NASA pointed the most powerful telescope we've ever built at what seemed like absolutely nothing, a dark, void spot in the sky. It collected one of the most interesting and significant images of space ever.

What do we learn from this? Something that is less than insignificant, apparently nothing, is found to be full of information, insight and detail. What else are we overlooking? What if we look where there appears to be nothing at all? Is it foolish or profound?

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