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 Pluto's moons, Nix and Hydra
06.23.06 - Pluto and Its Moons
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has confirmed the presence of two moons around the distant planet Pluto.
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 Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3
04.27.06 - Fragmenting Comet Won't Hit Earth
Hubble reveals several dozen mini-fragments trailing behind the main fragment of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3.
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 Messier 82
04.24.06 - Happy Sweet Sixteen, Hubble!
Over its 16-year history, Hubble has taken many hundreds of images that have expanded our knowledge of the universe.
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 Artist's concept of Xena
04.11.06 - Hubble Finds 'Tenth Planet' Slightly Larger Than Pluto
Though previous observations suggested that Xena's diameter was about 30 percent greater than Pluto, Hubble observations show Xena's diameter as 1,490 miles.
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 Hubble Space Telescope image of Bok globules in NGC 281
Galactic Dust Bunnies
Hubble spies opaque, dark knots of gas called "Bok globules" in the Milky Way.
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 Thumbnail image of the Hubble M10 spiral galaxy.
02.28.06 - Hubble's Largest Galaxy Portrait Ever
The largest and most detailed photo of a spiral galaxy ever released.
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 New moons at Pluto
02.22.06 - Hubble Confirms Pluto's New Moons
Anxiously awaited follow-up observations confirm the presence of two new moons around Pluto.
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12.22.05 - Hubble Finds More Moons, Rings at Uranus
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 Artist's concept of Pluto system
10.31.05 - Hubble Spots Possible New Moons Around Pluto
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 Hubble pictures of the moon
10.19.05 - Hubble Prospects for Lunar Resources
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 Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescope combined image of HUDF-JD2, one of the most distant galaxies ever seen.
09.27.05 - 'Big Baby' Galaxies in Newborn Universe
NASA's Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescopes have teamed up to "weigh" the stars in several distant galaxies.
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 Messier 104, or the Sombrero galaxy, seen in an image combining visible and infrared views
05.04.05 - Hats Off to Space Day!
NASA salutes Space Day, observed this year on May 5, with a new dramatic image of the Sombrero galaxy.
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 Thumbnail of the Hubble Space Telescope
04.25.05 - Happy 15th, Hubble!
NASA released new views of the Eagle Nebula, and spiral galaxy M51, known as the Whirlpool Galaxy.
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 Galaxy AM 0644-741
04.23.04 - Hubble Celebrates an Anniversary
April marks 14 years of enoying Hubble's enchanted images.
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 Hubble Ultra Deep Field
03.09.04 - Hubble Digs Deeply, Toward Big Bang
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field looks back in time to the cosmic "dark ages."
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 Hubble spots farthest galaxy
02.17.04 - The Farthest Known Galaxy in the Universe
Scientists spotted this galaxy 13 billion light-years away using the combined power of the Hubble and Keck Telescopes
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 Hubble Space Telescope orbiting Earth
01.22.04 - Two Hubbles Achieve Great Heights
Named for astronomer Dr. Edwin Hubble, Hubble Space Telescope's discoveries continue to excite the imagination
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 Edge-on view of the Sombrero galaxy
10.02.03 - Hats Off to the Sombrero
Hubble's new image of the Sombrero galaxy celebrates the Hubble Heritage team's five-year anniversary.
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 Hubble image of young galaxies
06.19.03 - Hubble Gets the 'GOODS'
The Hubble Space Telescope has conducted a galactic "census," the most ambitious study of the early universe it has yet undertaken.
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 Gaseous debris from a stellar outburst, known as the Vela supernova remnant, forms a vast footprint in the sky.
06.05.03 - Pencil Nebula Scribbles Notes from Past
Astronomers today are studying the remnants of a supernova that occurred about 11,000 years ago.
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