Friday, April 24, 2015

Hubble Space Telescope

John B. Marine | 4/24/2015 02:42:00 AM | | |
On April 24, 1990; the #HubbleSpaceTelescope went into orbit. Named after astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble, it has provided many beautiful images of space throughout the entirety of its time in orbit. It has literally been our eyes to the universe. So much of what we can see in our universe was made possible thanks in part to the Hubble Space Telescope. This post is more a digest rather than something detailed or something made for a school/college essay or report. I would want this to be a detailed post, but I decided to make this more a semi-casual post that still shares my overall respect for what the Hubble Space Telescope has provided.

This long video provides the greatest insight on this great telescope and just what it means to learning more about our universe:

^ "The Hubble Space Telescope: The Most Important Instrument Ever Built"

I also want to share this video, featuring some of the many beautiful images the Hubble Space Telescope was able to capture. This video only goes up to 2012, but it is worth watching if you want to see some amazing cosmic displays:

^ Hubble Space Telescope - The Best Images From Over Two Decades In Orbit

All I can say is that the Hubble Space Telescope is surely one of human's greatest creations. It has literally been our eye to the rest of the universe... not to mention an "eye" that has had to be repaired a time or two to enhance its abilities and what all it is able to capture about our universe.

If you want to take something away from this post, the main concept to grasp is that we live in a fascinating and awesome universe. We wouldn't know how much so had it not been for creations like the Hubble Space Telescope. Anything that helps open our eyes to the universe we live in is surely special and important. The Hubble Space Telescope has expanded our knowledge of our universe. So often these days, we learn more and more about our universe with the Hubble Space Telescope and through the many different advancements in research and development by various space exploration agencies and missions. Most of what we are able to see and observe is all mostly thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope.


As a special bit of thanks to you reading my blog post on the Hubble Space Telescope, I have provided some extra links as well as some little offers in case you're interested.

More Information on the Hubble Space Telescope
If you want some resources on the Hubble Space Telescope, I have prepared these links for you to visit. Take a look and enjoy:

About the Hubble Space Telescope|NASA
Hubble Space Telescope on Wikipedia
Edwin Hubble
Hubble Space Telescope turns 25 -

Telescopes Online
You can't have the Hubble Space Telescope, but you can have your own telescope if you fancy stargazing. So take a look at these items:

telescopes on Amazon
telescopes on eBay

I may add more material to this Resources section in the future, but that is all for now.

This has been a semi-casual post. Since the original date of this blog post is on April 24, 2015, let me say this:

Happy Silver (25th) birthday, Hubble Space Telescope!

I'll blog about almost anything, and I'm sure/hopeful you'll probably like it. I hope you appreciated my brief blog post taking a look at the Hubble Space Telescope. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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