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How the Hubble Space Telescope opened our eyes to the first galaxies of the universe

27 Apr 2020, 11:05 UTC
How the Hubble Space Telescope opened our eyes to the first galaxies of the universe NASA, ESA/Hubble and the Hubble Heritage Team

The Hubble Space Telescope launched on the 24th of April, 30 years ago. It’s an impressive milestone especially as its expected lifespan was just 10 years.

One of the primary reasons for the Hubble telescope’s longevity is that it can be serviced and improved with new observational instruments through Space Shuttle visits.

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