While talking about long exposure shots and capturing the star trails, I thought about the most famous camera out of this world, the Hubble Telescope. The orbiting lens has captured some of the most awe inspiring pictures of the century. The Hubble Deep Field is one of the most famous pictures that it captured. Taken over ten days in December 1995, this seemingly empty patch of sky yielded over 3000 galaxies. Exposure time varied between 135000 seconds to 350000 seconds.