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keshan Narsai

on 4 June 2013

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BY KESHAN THE HUBBLE TELESCOPE Where is the Hubble telescope? Where did the Hubble telescope get it's name from? What is the Hubble telescope? What opportunities has the Hubble telescope made for us? Lyman Spitzer came up with an idea sending a large telescope into space in 1946. The Hubble telescope is about 559km high and orbiting the Earth. It is outside the Earths atmosphere. In 2018 the Hubble telescope will be replaced by the James Webb space telescope. It is named after James Webb who played an important role in the Apollo 11 flight (first spacecraft to land on the moon). The Hubble telescope is a space telescope that is currently in orbit of the Earth finding new things to discover. Who invented the Hubble telescope? The Hubble telescope has made opportunities for us to look into the universe to see whats happen in the past and present. It is a chance to discover things that could change the way we look at space. It has also created a chance for people to have jobs for designing and building. The Hubble telescope is
named after the American born Edwin Hubble.
The astronomer that changed the world with his discoveries. His most famous discovery was that the Universe goes beyond the Milky Way. Edwin was also named after the asteroid 2069 Hubble
and Hubble crater
located on the
northeastern side of the moon. What is going to replace the the Hubble telescope when its missions over?
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