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NASA has just completed construction of the James Webb Space Telescope, the successor to its 25-year old sibling.
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We only have 30 million years until it plows into the Milky Way.
Using the telescope, an international team of astronomers found more than 250 galaxies that existed just 600 to 900 years after the Big Bang. Because these galaxies are so far away, it took 12 billion years for their light to reach the Hubble’s lense.
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But EGS-zs8-1, as the galaxy is known formally, has astronomers excited for another reason. Yale astronomer Pascal Oesch
Centuries from now, when historians look back at the discoveries that have shaped our view of the universe, I believe that the Hubble Space Telescope will have earned its place.
If you are at all interested in astronomy, chances are you've already heard that the Hubble Space Telescope is celebrating its 25th anniversary this week. What some people may not know is that Hubble is one of four siblings, so to speak.
Since its launch on April 24, 1990, Hubble has orbited the Earth almost 137,000 times and made more than 1.2 million observations
For almost 25 years, the Hubble Space Telescope has been both an invaluable tool for astronomers and a source of some of
"It looks like the outflows are a hiccup," Fox said in a written statement. "There may have been repeated ejections of material
(Story continues below images). This new image, which shows the pillars in visible light, reveals a sharper and wider view