The paper "The Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken" is a great example of a movie review on astronomy. The video entitled “ The Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken” proffered pertinent issues relative to the magnanimous expanse of the universe. Each minute element is intricately related as part and parcel of what the universe is composed of. In trying to determine the scale of the universe, one was totally amazed at the visual representations provided in scaleofuniverse. com which explicitly identified the smallest scale as the quantum foam, reportedly the fabric in Einstein’ s theory space-time theory where the planck length that was indicated disclosed that anything shorter than it would not make “ no physical sense” (Scale of Universe).
The largest scale identified was the estimated size of the universe which, according to that site, was 93 billion light-years (Scale of Universe). However, the video on the Hubble Deep Field indicated that the estimated size of the universe is 78 billion light-years (YouTube). Both are virtually gigantic numbers that are apparently too big to be meaningful. When Tony Darenell explained that the images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, initially in 1995 (when it hovered around the Earth for 10 days) and in 2003 (on an 11-day journey), its discovery of the Ultra Deep Field provided a grasp of the farthest space which was reported to contain an amazing 10,000 galaxies. In sum, “ The Most Important Image Ever Taken” was thereby disclosed to mean that the pictures taken by the Hubble Space Telescope represent how small we truly are amidst the great expanse and scale of the universe.
As such, to truly appreciate the meaning and value of the whole creation, one needs to appreciate the smallest scale possible and try to visually relate it to the largest scale learned from this video. The experience was just amazing and humbling; just to think that man, who could apparently perceive greatness for the ability to discover new things – ultimately discovered that a human is just 1.7 meters from a scale of 78 or 93 billion light-years of what the entire universe really is.