Roman's new space telescope will provide a top-deep field 100 times greater than Hubble's

Roman's new space telescope will provide a top-deep field 100 times greater than Hubble's

The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, the next space telescope to be launched by NASA, can film an area of the sky that can be at least 100 times larger than the ultra-deep field of Hubble, which is one of the most famous images of the universe made by the Hubble Space Telescope launched by NASA in the early 1990s.

Since September 2003, the telescope has been required to observe for several hundred hours the almost randomly selected part of the sky for which nothing interesting has ever been discovered, resulting in one of the most religious images to date, filled with tens of thousands of galaxies at a distance of millions or even billions of light years and very clearly visible.

Therefore, a new space telescope, Nancy Grace Roman, could do even better with a "top-deep field" that would allow more galaxies to be placed in one image, many of which are even more visible than the Hubble image, and in a part of the sky that has never been analysed deep.

In addition to the new landmark images, which will certainly be of interest to the press when they are released, the new Roman space telescope, Nancy Grace Roman, will make it possible to make a breakthrough in many areas of astronomy and astrophysics, allowing us to look at the true boundaries of the observed universe and the primary galaxies, the first galaxies formed after the big explosion, which will allow us to understand even more how the same galaxies tend to group together in space and so on.

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"It can be a lasting legacy for the scientific community: not only in the answers to scientific questions that we think we can solve, but also in the new ones that we have yet to think about."