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6 days ago
A cosmic treasure trove! 🤩

This #HubbleFriday contains lots of astronomical marvels: the hazy galaxy UGC 7983, more distant galaxies, and even an asteroid, seen as four streaks of light on the upper left (from four exposures taken by Hubble).

For more: https://t.co/OPyPKC1DkG https://t.co/o60ZRYxUuj
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7 days ago
#OTD in 2006, NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto launched!

With its space-based observations, Hubble has helped support planetary missions like New Horizons. Learn more in this video! https://t.co/NkEn9LfTfb
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15 days ago
In an image released today at #AAS241, @NASAWebb's near-infrared sensitivity detected dust in disks of material surrounding forming stars – which means that this region might contain the building blocks for not just stars, but planets as well!  https://t.co/qch7VKmBBG
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15 days ago
The Hubble view (above on the left) shows NGC 346 in visible and near-infrared light. Outflows and radiation from young stars are wearing away at the denser outer portions of the region!

https://t.co/4Ev27ftjrr
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15 days ago
Stars across the spectrum! ⭐

These two views of NGC 346 show a dynamic, massive star-forming region in the Small Magellanic Cloud, which is a satellite galaxy to our own Milky Way.

What's going on in NGC 346? https://t.co/UrItoCROR9
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18 days ago
For those at #AAS241, author Chris Gainor will give a talk called "Canada and the Hubble Space Telescope."

It will take place on January 9 at 2:20 p.m. in the Historical Astronomy Division Section III session in Room 614.
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18 days ago
Hoping to read more books in 2023? Get started with the Hubble history book “Not Yet Imagined"!

1) Get a free e-book: https://t.co/y3rPsrKli2

2) Or if you're at #AAS241, swing by the @NASA Booth from 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Jan. 8 or 10-11 a.m. on Jan. 9 to get a signed copy!
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22 days ago
In these images, the blue color is added to represent Hubble data that captured a phenomenon called intracluster light, which is an extremely faint glow that traces a distribution of light from these wandering stars.
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22 days ago
Within galaxy clusters, some stars lurk among the galaxies on their own, giving off a ghostly haze of light.

Billions of years ago these stars were shed from their parent galaxies and now drift through intergalactic space: https://t.co/VjXo2OndNs https://t.co/H2B7lOTGQb
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Look up tonight! All the planets in our solar system are visible (some with the help of a telescope). Check your favorite stargazing site for more info!

Of course, you can look at Hubble’s planet images anytime, like this one of Saturn! For more: https://t.co/DPqb342Og0 https://t.co/YmTUBmksXM
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a month ago
What's your favorite Hubble image from 2022?
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