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Astronomers created the panoramic view as part of a five-year project called AEGIS (All-wavelength Extended Groth strip International Survey). Eight of the world's best space- and ground-based observatories, including Hubble, made meticulous surveys inside one patch of the night sky with an area about twice the size of the full Moon.
The observatories peered up to 9 billion light years away to see about 150,000 galaxies evolving when the universe was much younger than today. They recorded the galaxies in all colours from X-rays to radio waves.