The image above was recently taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and is "deepest image of the universe ever taken." Each one of the those round blotchy spots are spiral galaxies much like our own Milky Way. Each contains billions of stars with millions of orbiting bodies all centered around a massive black hole... What amazes me is that this is just more of what we have already seen. Thousands of years ago ancient star gazers spotted distant galaxies with nothing but their eyes... On January 13, 1994 NASA published the first deep space images of even more distant galaxies. And now Hubble's new Wide Field Camera 3 has shown us an image of even more distant galaxies. Now I would venture to guess that if we were able to put Hubble into orbit around some gas giant gliding along the edge of one of those galaxies it would probably produce another picture showing images of even more distant galaxies.