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#HubbleClassic On January 19, 2015, Hubble captured a global map of Jupiter. This video was made from the observations.

Today, Jupiter is at opposition, meaning it shines in our sky all night long and is the closest to Earth that it'll be all year: go.nasa.gov/2OnCqwH pic.twitter.com/X13gBQC7eA
Let’s go behind the scenes. 🎬

Starting on July 15, a new video series explores the world of Hubble operations. What does it take to keep a space telescope on the leading edge of astronomy for over 30 years?

Learn more about “Hubble – Eye in the Sky”: go.nasa.gov/3eqNJ1V pic.twitter.com/3Jo3io1uZr
New ⁦@NASAHubble⁩ Miniseries Goes Behind The Scenes Of Our ‘Eye In The Sky’

▪️1st episode: July 15 2020

▪️2nd episode: July 20 2020

▪️3rd Episode: July 23 2020

Can’t wait for this!!!! 🤩

Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre pic.twitter.com/vYhPolcxa7
Launched 3 decades ago @NASAHubble is triumph of modern science. But the mission began with serious teething issues, as the telescope's former senior project scientist David Leckrone explains in his new book ‘Life with Hubble'. Listen to the full interview ow.ly/3Npj50AwDss pic.twitter.com/Fi5kp5JwTK
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