In space HUBBLE TELESCOPE total 29 th years ;this telescope makes the proudeness to the scientis by successful space light
on his apart of their cultural icon and hubble makes first space pic on their instrument and got cool feeling to the powerful house or hard level of the scientis .
Hubble makes a pic on last night when back of the years to appears pic by jimmy fallon present astronomy lover. Here’s the premise: A bombastic guy decked out in Yankees gear named “Milky J” would come out of the audience and get in-your-face excited about, of all things, the Hubble Space Telescope. One after the next, Milky J would show mind-blowing Hubble pictures, and then he’d shout his catchphrase: Hubble [email protected]
Milky way galaxy present catchphrase in case life of hubble telescope on the be half of astronomy complex feather proved pretty accurate. Wherever I’ve been in life—an astronomy nerd, a telescope data analyst, and now a science journalist who keeps up with your latest—you’ve got me.
Your road to fame was a rocky one. You started as a massive government boondoggle, a punchline on the same kind of late-night talk shows that later celebrated you. You were supposed to launch in 1983, but you were delayed. You were supposed to cost in the hundreds of millions, but your budget ran over—way over. And when you finally launched in 1990, your vision was blurred, thanks to a mirror misshapen by the contractors who built you.
Things started to turn around for you in the spring of 1993, when astronomers spotted a shattered comet on course to hit Jupiter. They wanted you at full strength to watch, and that winter, astronauts visited you and installed corrective eyewear. With days to go before the comet crash, you still were having software problems (pre-game jitters, perhaps?). But just in time, you caught the scars in Jupiter atmosphere from the cometary impacts—echoes of the ancient collision here that doomed the dinosaurs.
Soon after that, I encountered you for the first time. When I was in elementary school, I saw your famous “Pillars of Creation”, and I remember it shaking my world. You were showing us technicolor stalagmites that stretched for light-years tall. They were something vast, something that couldn’t possibly be real.