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Posted on November 7th, 2023

Free For All – Hubble Space Telescope Snapshots

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope continues to dazzle us with its breathtaking snapshots of distant galaxies. For Galaxy Week, from October 2 to 7, 2023, Hubble shared a stunning new galaxy image daily. These free galaxy snapshots, captured by Hubble’s advanced instruments, are freely available to the public and offer us a glimpse into the mesmerizing tapestry of the cosmos.

Hubble’s launch into space occurred on April 24, 1990, and in the 33 years it has been in orbit, it has made more than 1.5 million observations. The Hubble Telescope’s ability to peer into deep space has unveiled galaxies that existed billions of years ago, giving us a glimpse into the universe’s infancy. These images not only reveal the stunning beauty of these celestial bodies but also provide valuable insights into their formation.

See the fascinating process of creating awe-inspiring Hubble images (Credit: NASA)

Along with the images from Galaxy week, NASA also released a fascinating video detailing how Hubble images are made, from their capture aboard the telescope to the processing they go through to become the final images we see. The webpage also has interesting articles explaining how the images help us learn more about the universe we inhabit.

These Hubble galaxy snapshots serve as a testament to humanity’s quest for knowledge and our innate curiosity about the cosmos, reminding us of the vastness and beauty of our universe. Whether you just want to look at the pretty pictures or want to learn more about the far flung reaches of space, check out the Hubble Galaxy Week webpage – it’s sure to leave you starstruck.

Katie Nelson
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