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Naked Science: Hubble
Hubble
National Geographic  |  July 15, 2013

The Hubble Space Telescope stares out over billions of light years, to the far reaching corners of the Universe. Some have called it the most important scientific instrument ever built, deepening our understanding of Earth's place in the cosmos. Now meet the engineers who put this telescope in space, the astronauts who fixed its faulty eyesight and the astronomers who used Hubble's unrivalled spatial resolution to unlock the secrets of the universe.

The Hubble Space Telescope stares out over billions of light years, to the far reaching corners of the Universe. Some have called it the most important scientific instrument ever built, deepening our understanding of Earth's place in the cosmos. Now meet the engineers who put this telescope in space, the astronauts who fixed its faulty eyesight and the astronomers who used Hubble's unrivalled spatial resolution to unlock the secrets of the universe.

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