So it hasn’t escaped my notice that my hit count has been treading absurdly high in the past couple of days. And it equally hasn’t been missed that most of the views are devoted to my Hubble contest post. Well, it turns out I’m a bit late, but the reason is that NASA has released new images since Hubble’s last repair.
“Hubble is back in action. Together, NASA and Hubble are opening new vistas on the universe,” astronomer and frequent Hubble user Heidi Hammel said.
With the obligatory quote out of the way, let’s get to what everyone wants: the photos.
Filed under: Astronomy/Cosmology/Physics Tagged: | Advanced Camera for Surveys, Butterfly Nebula, Gravitational Lensing, hubble, Hubble fotos, Hubble images, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA, NGC 6302, Spiral galaxy, WFC3, Wide Field Camera 3