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Hubble's new images of Jupiter capture the giant planet’s stormy atmosphere.

The Great Red Spot, a storm big enough to swallow Earth, is still shrinking. Beneath it, “Red Spot Jr.” continues to rage and change color, while a new storm brews in the north: https://t.co/Zg6i8mv61S https://t.co/ySyVuemtcb
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How about some #HubbleTrivia? Think about this one:

How many times does Hubble orbit Earth in one day?

Watch the video in the thread to find out if your guess is correct.
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8 days ago
Everything that makes up stars and planets (and humans!) is only a tiny percentage of the universe’s contents.

Dark matter is the invisible scaffolding of our universe, and a new Hubble study shows we still have much to learn about this strange substance: https://t.co/7A5mQYWUKC https://t.co/Bfcrg0qUj2
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9 days ago
Pop quiz! Can you answer this #HubbleTrivia question?

What has Hubble helped to reveal about the expansion of the universe?

Watch the video in the thread to find out if your guess is correct!
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10 days ago
#HubbleClassic Galaxies clash & stars form in Stephan's Quintet.

At the center, two galaxies collide as stars burst to life around them. Gravitational tugs on the top-right galaxy spark star formation there. Star birth lights up the top-left galaxy, too: https://t.co/a69eelyqAo https://t.co/DVT2QJzg5A
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16 days ago
Who’s up for some #HubbleTrivia? Quiz time!

What does Hubble use to turn itself and point at a target?

Check out the video in the thread to see if your guess is correct.
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17 days ago
#HubbleClassic The Southern Pinwheel Galaxy is ablaze with star formation. 

New stars are born in glowing, pink clouds of gas along the edges of the galaxy's dark, spiraling dust lanes. Also called M83, the galaxy is one of the brightest in our night sky: https://t.co/YxjugEc8jr https://t.co/RzisLFxoQc
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19 days ago
Since 1990, Hubble’s observations have shaped the way we understand our universe. 🌌

Check out 30 incredible images from the past 30 years! ⬇️ #Hubble30 https://t.co/3q921Zp6F3
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21 days ago
#HubbleFriday This Hubble image shows a small section of the Cygnus supernova blast wave.

Between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago, a star about 20 times larger than our Sun went supernova, and its shockwave is still expanding at around 220 miles per second: https://t.co/A0cT2NbsCV https://t.co/PihWeOr7XG
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22 days ago
Hubble recently mapped out the halo of gas around the Andromeda Galaxy. It’s too faint to see, but at some points it extends almost halfway to our Milky Way Galaxy!

This illustration shows what we’d see from Earth if the halo was visible to the naked eye: https://t.co/8TbcIhI0lO https://t.co/yoTwNoVFiQ
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