Hubble Telescope

Hubble's law, also known as the Hubble–Lemaître law, is the observation in physical cosmology that galaxies are moving away from Earth at speeds proportional to their distance.

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Enchanting new Hubble Telescope image reveals an infant star's sparkle

Dusty galaxy looks like a cosmic net in gorgeous new Hubble Telescope photo

Supernova-filled galaxy dazzles in new Hubble Telescope image

NASA's Hubble Telescope is back in action — but its TESS exoplanet hunter may now be in trouble

Hubble telescope celebrates 34th anniversary with an iridescent Dumbbell Nebula (image)

Citizen scientists spot more than 1,000 new asteroids in old Hubble Telescope photos

Hubble Telescope witnesses a new star being born in a stunning cosmic light show (image)

Hubble Telescope spies stormy weather and a shrinking Great Red Spot on Jupiter (video)

NASA releases D&D module about saving the Hubble Telescope

Hubble Telescope spies massive 'bridge of stars' connecting 2 galaxies on collision course (image)

Hubble Telescope reveals galaxy that hosted a supernova 2.5 billion times brighter than the sun (photo)

Hubble Telescope finds surprising source of brightest fast radio burst ever

Hubble Telescope sees a bright 'snowball' of stars in the Milky Way's neighbor (image)

Hubble Telescope gifts us a dazzling starry 'snow globe' just in time for the holidays

Hubble Telescope captures a galaxy's 'forbidden' light in stunning new image

Hubble Telescope investigates nearby exoplanet, finds it's Earth-size

Hubble Telescope revisits gorgeous spiral galaxy, offering a newly filtered view (photo)

Jupiter's Great Red Spot turns blue in new ultraviolet view from Hubble Telescope (photo)

Hubble Telescope sees spiral galaxy dancing through the Dorado constellation (image)

Hubble Telescope captures the bright core of a loosely wound spiral galaxy (photo)