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Hubble Space Telescope

 

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 Since the deployment of the Space Telescope in 1990, it's images have changed the way we look at the universes that surround us.

 Every day, Hubble archives 3 to 5 gigabytes of data and delivers between 10 and 15 gigabytes to astronomers all over the world.

 It can make observations of the universe using visible, near-ultraviolet and near-infrared light spectra above the filtering effect of earth's atmosphere.

 Since seeing these images, it has renewed an old childhood hobby. Looking at the stars and planets through a telescope. 

 Before you go, try the free screensaver that I have created using the incredible images from the HST along with a few of my own. This screensaver requires no fancy installation! Just download and run the setup and your done. All images can be set as wallpaper too! It also comes with an uninstall option. 
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Jupiter's Aurora

Hubble Space Telescope Homepage

Best of the HST

NASA Quest

Web-based Space Activities

Telescopes for Sale

Astronomy.com

Astronomy Now.com

Galileo Project

PBS: Deep space

Smithsonian: National Air & Space Museum

Astronomy Message Board 

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M16 Nebula

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Neptune Storms