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O telescópio Hubble completou 25 anos. Aqui estão as 25 imagens mais lindas que ele já tirou (FOTOS)

O telescópio Hubble completou 25 anos. Aqui estão as 25 imagens mais lindas que ele já tirou (FOTOS)

O telescópio Hubble completa neste ano 25 anos de viagem pelo universo. Desde quando ele começou a orbitar a Terra, suas imagens vêm mudando a forma como entendemos o cos

titanium-rain:    ‘Weather’ day or night, MXG Airmen ensure Strike Eagles are flight ready Air Force Senior Airman Brian Radtka, 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, observes as Senior Airman Blake Pullen de-ices an F-15E Strike Eagle at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Dec. 18, 2013. Without crew chiefs and de-icing operations, the fleet could literally be grounded during frigid Idaho winter months. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

titanium-rain: ‘Weather’ day or night, MXG Airmen ensure Strike Eagles are flight ready Air Force Senior Airman Brian Radtka, 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, observes as Senior Airman Blake Pullen de-ices an F-15E Strike Eagle at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Dec. 18, 2013. Without crew chiefs and de-icing operations, the fleet could literally be grounded during frigid Idaho winter months. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

(March 16, 1966) Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott sit with their spacecraft hatches open while awaiting the arrival of the recovery ship, the USS Leonard F. Mason after the successful completion of their Gemini VIII mission. They are assisted by U.S. Navy divers. The overhead view shows the Gemini 8 spacecraft with the yellow flotation collar attached to stabilize the spacecraft in choppy seas. The green marker dye is highly visible from the air and is used as a locating aid.

(March 16, 1966) Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott sit with their spacecraft hatches open while awaiting the arrival of the recovery ship, the USS Leonard F. Mason after the successful completion of their Gemini VIII mission. They are assisted by U.S. Navy divers. The overhead view shows the Gemini 8 spacecraft with the yellow flotation collar attached to stabilize the spacecraft in choppy seas. The green marker dye is highly visible from the air and is used as a locating aid.

Here's Why You Should Be Excited About The James Webb Space Telescope ~ "The James Webb Space Telescope has, in many ways, 100 times the capabilities that the Hubble Space Telescope does. We're actually going to be able to see the first stars forming, the first galaxies forming after the Big Bang. We're also going to be able to — we think — directly image planets orbiting other stars." Such an exciting time to be alive!

Here's Why You Should Be Excited About The James Webb Space Telescope

Here's Why You Should Be Excited About The James Webb Space Telescope ~ "The James Webb Space Telescope has, in many ways, 100 times the capabilities that the Hubble Space Telescope does. We're actually going to be able to see the first stars forming, the first galaxies forming after the Big Bang. We're also going to be able to — we think — directly image planets orbiting other stars." Such an exciting time to be alive!

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