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NASA's longest living observatory — Hubble space telescope celebrates its 30th birthday
Hubble is the first major optical telescope to be placed in space and has an unobstructed view of the universe.
Hubble peers deep into the universe, finds 'missing link' evidence of mid-sized black hole
Black holes are extreme environments and are a testing ground for the laws of physics and our understanding of how the Universe works.
NASA/ESA celebrates Hubble telescope completing 30 years with 13 spectacular gems from space
These images are the lesser-known images captured by the NASA/ESA collaborative telescope.
Hubble captures what may be the largest spiral galaxy in our local universe
The UGC 2995 galaxy is as large as you can make a disk galaxy without hitting anything else in space.
Super-puffs: New class of exoplanets seen by Hubble have the density of cotton candy
This new class of exoplanets has the lowest density of any planets discovered outside of our solar system.
ESA's Cheops too look for habitable exoplanets: Where and when to watch the launch
Cheops, to be launched on Soyuz-Fregat rocket, is a new telescope whose name stands for CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite.
Astronauts conduct 'bypass surgery' on $2 bn cosmic ray detector, on ISS
Four spacewalks are needed to fix the spectrometer that will hunt for dark matter and antimatter for 8 ½ years.
NASA renames ice world, visited by New Horizon, 'Arrokoth' after Nazi-link backlash
The planet was named Ultima Thule after a mythical European land that is beyond the borders of the known world.
Hubble spots football shaped carbon molecules in area beyond the solar system
The carbon atoms is one of the three identified compounds that are found in the interstellar medium.
Scientists find 1,800 supernovae, may help measure the rate the universe expands
A supernova is an exploding star that reached the end of its life and is sometimes brighter than the Sun.
NASA's Hubble telescope tracks the lifecycle of giant storms on Neptune's surface
The storms on Neptune are so giant in size that their longest dimension is the size of the Earth.
Our Milky Way galaxy weighs 1.5 trillion solar masses, Hubble & Gaia estimate
The new mass estimate puts our galaxy on the beefier side compared to other galaxies in the universe.
Is Neptune's tiny, new moon just debris from an ancient collision with comets?
The new moon & Neptune's second largest, Proteus, are suspiciously close in the context of astronomy.
NASA finds unsual storms on Uranus, Neptune surface in yearly planet checkup
The mysterious dark storm was discovered by Hubble during Neptune's southern summer.
NASA's Hubble Telescope stumbles upon a dwarf galaxy 30 million light years away
Researchers used the Hubble Telescope to study white dwarf stars within the globular cluster NGC 6752.
Hubble Space Telescope's camera is back in action after one-week shutdown
Wide Field Camera 3 on the Hubble Space Telescope had shut on 8 January due to a hardware problem.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's premier camera shuts down due to hardware issues
Hubble's 3 other science instruments are still working fine, with celestial observations continuing.
NASA's explorer 'phoned home' after journey to the most distant world ever
The explorer travelled 4 billion-mile to a frozen rock at the edge of the solar system.
NASA spaceship New Horizons zooms toward Ultima Thule: How to watch it LIVE
NASA will ring in the New Year with a live online broadcast to mark flyby of the Ultima Thule.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures galaxy formation that resembles a smiley face
On Saturday, it posted an image on its Instagram handle that showed two yellow orbs above an arc of light — painting a smiley face in space.