We're celebrating 33 years of Hubble observations today with the release of Hubble's observations of NGC 1333. Read on to find out more about this target, how it was observed, and how the data were processed into this years's anniversary image.
What was it like to process the first data from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope? Read on to find out more!
As you may have noticed over the years, we like to celebrate the anniversary of Hubble’s launch with a special image that showcases the orbiting observatory’s fantastic light-gathering abilities and tack-sharp views of the cosmos. This year, to mark 32 years in orbit, we pointed Hubble towards an obscure grouping of galaxies known as Hickson... Continue Reading →
Webb recently took an image of its own mirrors, read on to discover more about how this image was created and what it means.
SN 2018zd may be a new breed of supernova. Read on to discover how the image behind this story was created.
Transforming the Hubble image of AG Carinae into a 3D visualization requires a deft combination of science and art.
This blog post marks the 31st anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope. For more information and resources regarding Hubble anniversary, please visit hubblesite.
TLDR: Yes, Hubble images are real. This series of posts is dedicated to the scrutiny of Hubble imagery and a broader discussion of the veracity of astronomical imagery. In this post, we’ll look at a few examples of how Hubble extends beyond human vision to illuminate our understanding of the universe.
TLDR: Yes, Hubble images are real. This series of posts is dedicated to the scrutiny of Hubble imagery and a broader discussion of the veracity of astronomical imagery. In this post, we’ll take a brief look at the history of astrophotography in order to provide a historical context to Hubble.