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September 27, 2005 01:00 PM (EDT)

News Release Number: STScI-2005-28

Spitzer and Hubble Team Up to Find "Big Baby" Galaxies in the Newborn Universe

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Image: Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

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The galaxy, named HUDF-JD2, was pinpointed among approximately 10,000 others in a small area of sky called the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (HUDF). This is the deepest image of the universe ever made at optical and near-infrared wavelengths.

Object Names: Hubble Ultra Deep Field; HUDF, HUDF-JD2, UDF033238.74-274839.9

Image Type: Astronomical

Credit: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith and the HUDF Team (STScI), and B. Mobasher (STScI)

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Montage Image: Galaxy HUDF-JD2 in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image Type: Astronomical/Illustration Galaxy HUDF-JD2 in the Hubble Ultra Deep FieldPRC2005-28 Galaxy HUDF-JD2 From the Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image Type: Astronomical Galaxy HUDF-JD2 From the Hubble Ultra Deep Field Galaxy HUDF-JD2 - Near Infrared Image Type: Astronomical Galaxy HUDF-JD2 - Near Infrared Galaxy HUDF-JD2 - Infrared Image Type: Astronomical Galaxy HUDF-JD2 - Infrared

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