The Hubble Space Telescope
What part of the electromagnetic spectrum does it capture?
Visible Light, Near Ultraviolet, and Near Infrared.
Some of the stuff the telescope saw!
What's so great about it?
NO BACKGROUND LIGHT!
HubbleCast-A videocast that provides current scientific news regarding the Hubble telescope.
Still capturing images of space
Was sent into orbit by a space shuttle in 1990 and remains in operation in current day.
How is the data collected and used?
The data/images are woven together and sent from the Hubble telescope to a receiver on ground base. The images are then layered, doctored, and cleaned to see the things that are not visible to the naked eye. The data is used for scientific observations and information.