The images on this page are taken with the Hubble Space Telescope.

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Images taken with the Hubble Space Telescope.
The pictures below, are "Hubble Ultra Deep Field" shots as the deepest image of the universe ever taken in visible light.

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On the left you can see "Hubble Ultra Deep Field" - image and in the right image, identical galaxies are marked with circles in the same color. There are only 5 galaxies in the right picture available, instead of several thousands of them, as claimed by astronomers. Multiple images and all fragments were created through the Void-lens effects
In these "Hubble Ultra Deep Field" images, circles of different sizes (390, 660, 1810) have been drawn.

As you can see in the pictures on the following pages and also from different telescopes, the Voids lenses are a ubiquitous phenomenon that should be investigated further.
Object: Hubble Ultra Deep Field
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An optical analysis of voids lens effects
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