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November 29, 2021Release ID: 2021-065

NASA Takes Another Step Toward Full Hubble Operations: Spectrograph Returns

Three of Hubble's four active instruments are now collecting science data once again.

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November 18, 2021Release ID: 2021-047

Hubble's Grand Tour of the Outer Solar System

Stunning Yearly Observations Reveal Changes to Gas Giants' Atmospheres

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November 04, 2021Release ID: 2021-064

Hubble Instruments Remain in Safe Mode, NASA Team Investigating

NASA is continuing work to resolve the issue that caused Hubble’s science instruments to enter safe mode Oct. 25.

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October 28, 2021Release ID: 2021-059

Hubble Celebrates Halloween With A Glowering, Dying Star

Creepy Look At A Star Weaving A Dust Web

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October 21, 2021Release ID: 2021-007

Hubble Gives Unprecedented, Early View of a Doomed Star's Destruction

Astronomers witnessed the spectacular death of the star as it happened.

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October 14, 2021Release ID: 2021-057

Hubble Finds Evidence of Persistent Water Vapor in One Hemisphere of Europa

Ice Sublimating Off the Surface Replenishes a Tenuous Envelope

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October 07, 2021Release ID: 2021-046

'Double' Galaxy Mystifies Hubble Astronomers

Galaxy Cluster's Gravity Produces Mirror Images of Distant Galaxy Behind It

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September 27, 2021Release ID: 2021-055

Hubble Shows Winds in Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Are Speeding Up

The Winds at the Outer Edge Are ‘Winning the Race’ in This Enormous Storm System

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September 23, 2021Release ID: 2021-051

Hubble Snapshot of "Molten Ring" Galaxy Prompts New Research

A Classic "Einstein Ring" Is Produced Through the Power of a Natural Lens in Space

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September 22, 2021Release ID: 2021-039

Hubble Finds Early, Massive Galaxies Running on Empty

"Dead" galaxies mysteriously ran out of fuel to make stars early in the universe.

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September 21, 2021Release ID: 2021-048

A New Understanding of Galaxy Evolution with NASA's Roman Space Telescope

Roman will combine the power of imaging and spectroscopy to gain fresh insights into how the universe works

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September 13, 2021Release ID: 2021-030

Rerun of Supernova Blast Is Expected to Appear in 2037

Giant Galaxy Cluster Magnifies the Light from a Distant Supernova and Splits It into Multiple Images

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September 06, 2021Release ID: 2021-050

Hubble Discovers Hydrogen-Burning White Dwarfs Enjoying Slow Aging

Stellar Dead-Enders Get A New Lease On Life

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August 19, 2021Release ID: 2021-031

Comet ATLAS May Have Been a Blast from the Past

Doomed Celestial Visitor May Have Been a Piece of a Prehistoric Comet

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July 29, 2021Release ID: 2021-041

Ground System for NASA’s Roman Space Telescope Moves Into Development

STScI Will Host Roman’s Science Operations Center and Data Archive

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