Have you ever wondered how big the universe is? In the winter of 1995, astronomers began to observe the area of outer space next to the Big Bucket using the Hubble telescope.
This section seemed to them empty and dark, since there was no light pollution from the stars. For 10 days, the space telescope observed and photographed the selected area.
The results stunned scientists: images of more than 1500 different galaxies were obtained. In this case, the imprinted area was only one two millionth of the sky. How big is the Universe then?