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  Highlights of VISTA’s deep infrared view of the COSMOS field
     
Highlights of VISTA’s deep infrared view of the COSMOS field
Image credit: ESO/UltraVISTA team. Acknowledgement: TERAPIX/CNRS/INSU/CASU

Uploader comment: This view shows some highlights from widest deep view of the sky ever taken using infrared light, with a total effective exposure time of 55 hours. It was created by combining more than 6000 individual images from the VISTA survey telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile.

   

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