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View Resource The Best of the Hubble Space Telescope

This site is a collection of high quality images from the Hubble Space Telescope. The images are categorized into extra galactic, galactic, and solar system objects. Each image has a detailed description of the image, including both how it was taken and interesting science.

View Resource The Warped Galaxy

The Warped Galaxy lithograph is one in a series designed to bring the latest Hubble Space Telescope images into the classroom. In the educational activity, In Search of ... Galaxies, students are introduced to the topic of galaxies, formulate questions, conduct research, organize their materials, and present a report describing galaxies.

View Resource The HubbleSite

The HubbleSite includes news, lessons, activities, and multimedia on the hubble telescope and the work performed by it and its team of scientists. The site includes a large archive of images taken by the telescope, general astronomy materials for the classroom and the latest news on the project.

View Resource 25 Years of Hubble

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into low Earth orbit on April 25, 1990, supported by NASA funding that began in the 1970s. While the initial phase of the mission encountered problems (the main mirror was incorrectly manufactured and needed to be repaired), by 1993 Hubble was sending back some of the most magnificent images of the universe that humans have ever seen. This two-hour...

View Resource Hubble Telescope: Looking Deep

Since its launch in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has provided scientists with a vast amount of quality data and has contributed to a number of important discoveries. The Hubble Deep Field Image, one of its best known, shows some of the most distant, earliest, and faintest galaxies ever seen. This video segment shows how scientists aimed the Hubble Space Telescope into a dark, apparently...

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