Hubble Spots

The Hubble Space Telescope (often referred to as HST or Hubble) is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990 and remains in operation.

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Hubble Spots a Magnificent Barred Galaxy

Hubble Spots a Magnificent Barred Galaxy

Hubble Spots the Little Dumbbell Nebula

Hubble Spots a Galaxy Hidden in a Dark Cloud

Hubble Spots Large Globular Cluster in Large Magellanic Cloud

Hubble Spots the Spider Galaxy

Hubble Spots Dwarf Spiral Galaxy in Coma Berenices

Hubble Spots a Galaxy Shrouded by Stars

Hubble Spots Luminous Blue Compact Galaxy

Hubble Spots 250,000-Light-Year-Long Bridge of Stars in Arp 295

Hubble spots smallest ever exoplanet with atmospheric water

Hubble Spots Four Spiral Galaxies in Horologium

Hubble Spots Highly Irregular Galaxy in Centaurus

Hubble spots stunning jellyfish galaxy 'swimming' through a sea of stars

Hubble Spots Lensing Galaxy Cluster in Draco

Hubble Spots Group of Oval-Shaped, Elliptical Galaxies in Pictor

Hubble spots a runaway black hole that's been ejected from its galaxy, leaving behind a thin, 200,000-light-year-long tail of newly formed stars in its wake.

Hubble Spots a Galaxy with Tendrils

Hubble Spots Runaway Supermassive Black Hole

Hubble spots a tiny amorphous galaxy in the local universe. The galaxy was imaged as part of Hubble’s effort to collect snapshots of as many of the Milky Way’s neighboring galaxies as possible.