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Breathtaking Display of Stars from Up the Galaxy – Courtesy Hubble


Ever wondered what those mysterious bundles of stars actually look like on the space while watching the sky at night. We only get to see a glance of them from here as they are far from the reach of our naked eye. There are several mysterious residing there high up in the galaxy, whose existence we are unaware of. But it was unknown till the Hubble Space Telescope made it possible to trace their existence. For long 27 years now, Hubble was launched into space. Since then till now it’s been delivering the astronauts with incredible images from the boundless heaven. For quite a few years Astronauts kept upgrading the Hubble repeatedly to stay updated with the latest happenings of the universe. Lately, Hubble came up with some dramatic inventions from the space.

Each Year NASA celebrates birthday of Hubble by giving the viewers thrilling images from space as a gift. The most recent birthday card had: subtle swirl of galaxies merry making in space. Previous year these stellar gases made of bubble was floating around stars surrounding like diaphanous that looked like cosmic jellyfish. Hubble has displayed glowing galaxies of “rose-shaped” extending over the deep space, and also substantial towering of gas made of clouds swarming with such great creation. In the infinite black space, for years after years stars take birth-Hubble sends such astonishing pictures and proof of such spectacular existence and happenings of the space as if its painting in a canvas of sky.

NASA believes Hubble is one of their only transformative scientific instruments that have ever been built. Astrophysicist of NASA, Amber Straughn, says Hubble is considered as “Most Transformative” as it helps them to keep understanding the universe with passing time. The original Hubble telescope deep field is just situated above the “Big Dipper”, which is a most familiar part of the sky. It’s basically a hollow piece of sky. Hubble is called the “time machine”.