Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, Feb 13, 2008.
that's pretty cool, and good that it's not changing much any time soon, given its a galaxy and not a comet or such event of limited timeframe. Will look even better when the other 'scope gets done in 2012 .
DOn't you just love the Universe?
Im trying to understand how they used the gravity from a different galaxy to brighten this one. Thats really amazing. Hubble is kinda outdated. I cannot wait for that new scope.
are they going to keep hubble in space after the new one? could at least double the production.
This is awesome.
i love how the earliest stuff we find is like 12 billion years ago, yet still 700 million years old. HAHA
Look up gravitational lensing.
Pretty cool stuff. Aren't they supposed to fix Hubble on one of the next shuttle missions?
BTW with it also found the dimest object in the universe.
I think they are working on it right now. That picture is a travesty.
Now that would be a great resource for the future, Expecially for the studing of such things as Population II stars or maybe even Population III Stars.
Do you mean the James Webb Space Telescope? There will be some overlap in their time frames. However the Hubble isn't the only telescope in space, just the most famous.
shows how stupid and worthless i am......
watched too much star trek and forgot we had a space program of our own.
Yup, there's also:
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