Transcripts of 13793_Roman_Deep_Field_1080

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[00:00:04.00] In 2003, the Hubble Space Telescope pointed at a dark, empty patch of sky.
[00:00:12.00] It watched this spot for 270 hours, patiently collecting light…
[00:00:24.00] and found the most distant galaxies known.
[00:00:36.00] 10,000 galaxies in one tiny patch of sky.
[00:00:46.00] Forever changing our understanding of how truly vast the universe is,
[00:00:55.00] and how many galaxies are out there.
[00:01:04.00] The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope could do the same thing…
[00:01:10.00] on a much larger scale.
[00:01:19.00] There is no telling what we might learn.
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