Ziggy in Space
"Ziggy in Space" features the legendary character Ziggy Stardust looking out over innumerable galaxies spread across space and time. They offer a wide assortment of majestic star cities that vary in age, shape, and stellar populations.
The iconic rock n' roll photographer Mick Rock took the photo of David Bowie overlayed above Abell 370 Parallel FIeld taken by the Hubble Telescope.
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Photo: © Mick Rock © 2018 The David Bowie Archive ® Under license to Perryscope Productions LLC/Epic Rights.
© 2018 The David Bowie Archive ® Under license to Perryscope Productions LLC/Epic Rights.
Photo Credit for Abell 370 Galaxy Cluster Gravitational Lens:
NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team & ST-ECF
This is a Hubble Space Telescope view of a random patch of sky that reveals how the universe looks at large: a "wallpaper" of innumerable galaxies spread across space and time. They offer a wide assortment of majestic star cities that vary in age, shape, and stellar populations. It’s a narrow view down a corridor that stretches back in time for billions of years.
The wide range of rich colors comes from the fact that this snapshot is assembled from images taken in visible light as well as near-infrared light. The reddest objects in the image are presumably the farthest galaxies, whose light has been stretched into the red part of the spectrum by the expansion of space. The yellow objects are massive football-shaped elliptical galaxies that contain older stellar populations. The blue galaxies are disk-shaped pinwheels of ongoing star formation. The entire field is peppered with much smaller, fragmentary, blue galaxies – the "building blocks" ancestors of majestic spiral galaxies like our Milky Way.