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Our Universe:02 Exploring the universe - Creative Product
Transcript of Our Universe:02 Exploring the universe - Creative Product
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Resources Data The Hubble Space telescope was originally given three goals. "(1) a study of the nearby intergalactic medium using quasar absorption lines to determine the properties of the intergalactic medium and the gaseous content of galaxies and groups of galaxies; (2) a medium deep survey using the Wide Field Camera to take data whenever one of the other instruments was being used and (3) a project to determine the Hubble Constant within ten percent by reducing the errors, both external and internal, in the calibration of the distance scale" (Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia). Hubble has taken over 570,000 pictures in twenty years. Hubble is still out in space now, but Hubble's successor, the Webb Space telescope is being created. This telescope is meant to orbit far beyond our Moon and detect infrared rays.