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Eye on the universe : the incredible hubble space telescope

by Michael D. Cole

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This tells us about the accomplishments of NASA when they made the Hubble telescope. It tells about the tiniest flaw making the biggest mistake for the telescope. It tells about the pictures it has taken. It explains about light years and how old scientists believe the universe is. The telescope had been messed up ten thousandths too flat and NASA had to make a repair in space. This book describes multiple stories the telescope went through. It explains in immense detail the travels of the Hubble Telescope
I love this book so much because it I love science and space and this book is just so interesting. NASA went through so much to make this happen and it just captured me. I learned SO much. I never knew how far a light year was, how old the universe probably is. It just seemed to be a part of me. I loved it. ( )
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''Examines the Hubble Space Telescope, including its initial launch into space, the important repair missions, and the amazing images Hubble relays back to Earth and what astronomers can learn from them''--Provided by publisher.
Title: Eye on the Universe
Author: Cole, Michael D.
Publisher: Enslow Pub Inc
Publication Date: 2012/08/01
Number of Pages: 48
Binding Type: LIBRARY
Library of Congress: 2011047074

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"Examines the Hubble Space Telescope, including its initial launch into space, the important repair missions, and the amazing images Hubble relays back to Earth and what astronomers can learn from them"--Provided by publisher.

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