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Hubble Telescope – Contribution in Photographs of the Galaxies

Of the many reasons the prime reason for launching the Hubble’s Telescope into outer space was because scientists & researchers wanted bigger and better photographs of galaxies that were unknown to humans earlier.

Since its beginning in 1946, astronomers all across the globe were head over heals with the thought that they would be able to see photographs of unknown galaxies through the telescope of Hubble’s get to know what was hidden from them before that time.

And since then onwards most of the pictures have revealed more than that what they ever thought could be out there.

In a couple of days of its settling into orbit the Hubble’s telescope started its operations and began clicking pictures in various directions and then when they began to clicking these picture in interest area the pictures that it sent back to the base made all sit up in surprise and awe.

It was commonly known then that there could be many, many galaxies there in outer space but when the Hubble started sending reports what information came in left all aghast, it was something that never even crossed their minds.

Let’s start by understanding what a galaxy is? To put it in simple words, it’s a system that consists of some hundred billion stars. The Sun we have is a part of a galaxy called - Milky Way Galaxy.

Now we know that there exist galaxies in the billions that are currently under observation. When these galaxies were created & how is a matter that is being extensive examined by astronomers. In this situation the Hubble’s Telescope is the most potent.

The researchers at NASA began by positioning this mighty telescope in areas that had no previous records that they had been explored.

On a fresh galaxy being identified, the researchers would just have to press a button at their disposal and the telescope would click a hundred or more times to capture the images then send it back to the NASA base on earth. These images would then be paid full attention by such researchers.

It was commonly known then that there could be many, many galaxies there in outer space in addition to the Milky Way Galaxy, after the sending of the Hubble’s Telescope and subsequently the pictures that were sent back just added a whole new dimension to what was then going on in the astronomy fraternity.

One of the more better effects it had on humans that thereafter people related or not related to astronomy just started buying telescopes and started stargazing during the nights just to have a feel of what this phenomenon called Hubble’s was doing about.

Even if you happen to be an amateur astronomer, keeping at it and keep gazing when ever you’d like to. Who knows that you might chance upon a new celestial body and have it name by you or after you, it would be an exciting prospect surely.

Hubble was designed to do a particular job, the job of clicking photographs and mind you it just did not succeed, it succeeded so well that there is nothing that comes close to it when we speak in terms of astronomy picture capturing.

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