I took a 6-hour exposure at the location of JWST's recent guide camera image and compared them.[8k]

The recent JWST guide camera's test image looks really similar to Hubble's deep fields, which are my favorite. I decided to take a long exposure to the same target to see what my telescope can see and compare it to JWST's image. I found one really faint galaxy 26-32 million light-years away, and a cute planetary nebula called Abell 39, pause and see if you can find it in my image.

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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Very unlikely I know, but just imagine if we were the only planet out of all those galaxies that has managed to produce life. Literally a total waste of space. 8-)
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+2 3. krazeeeyez commented 1 year ago

One thing I DO know is that if you make videos about stars, you simply must add theatrical hollywood music. No doubt about it, no other way... Benny Hill just won't do.
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0 4. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#3 Actually no music would be better.