How far can the Hubble telescope see?



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    Due to the Hubble Space Telescope’s extensive perspective range (from the ultraviolet to the near-infrared) it is able to see several billions of light years away, including galaxies formed not long after the Big Bang, 13.7 billion years ago.

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    The Hubble Telescope has no limits to its range. However, the known universe does. The observational limit to telescopes is a sphere of opaqueness with a surface 13-14 billion light years away, a barrier of vision that is unable to passed. 

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