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National Space Administration (NASA)Hubble Space Telescope(Hubble Space Telescope) recently captured a rare astronomical event, a planet about the size ofNational Space Administration (NASA)Hubble Space Telescope(Hubble Space Telescope) recently captured a rare astronomical event, a planet about the size of

Hubble rarely witnesses the formation of a new giant planet Hubble Space Telescope | Epoch Times

The Hubble Space Telescope peered out into the cosmos, 379 light-years from Earth, and spotted a giant planet forming, the youngest planet ever spotted by the space telescope.

The youngest exoplanet found by the Hubble telescope is the size of Jupiter (and still growing) | Space

The goal of the next generation of observatories is to explore further back into the earliest years of the universe and hunt for signs of life on exoplanets.The goal of the next generation of observatories is to explore further back into the earliest years of the universe and hunt for signs of life on exoplanets.

The telescopes coming soon that could help us finally find life beyond planet Earth  | Daily Mail Online

NASA is encouraging people to find out what its Hubble Space Telescope discovered in the cosmos on their birthdays. The tool has been launched to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the launch of Hubble.NASA is asking people to share what they find out on social media using #Hubble30.

What Did Hubble Space Telescope See on Your Birthday? Just Enter the Date to Find Out | Technology News

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