Hubblecast features news and Images from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
A battle of giants - telescopes in space and on the ground
Uncovering the Veil Nebula
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New Music Now :
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Huevo Kids :
El número y sus contextos
Murk on a monster planet
Lory decides the only way to catch a bird is...(more)
Limon and Oli :
Whales and water and...snoring. How do some...(more)
Ninja: More Than Meets the Pie :
Ninja: More Than Meets the Pie
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Ruby Skye P.I. :
Ep. 7 - Stalled
How fast can you lose all of your friends?
Popeye the Sailor :
Big Bad Sinbad
Celebrating Hubble's 23rd birthday... This episode of the Hubblecast celebrates 23 years of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, by unveiling a beautiful and striking new image of the Horsehead nebula.
Secrets of The Ring Nebula
This episode of the Hubblecast explores the Ring Nebula (Messier 57). Although this nebula is one of the most famous objects in our skies, more than 200 years after its discovery astronomers are still unveiling some of its secrets.
Of Galaxies and Penguins
This episode of the Hubblecast explores the violent world of galactic mergers, as shown by the cosmic duo Arp 142 in a stunning new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
The Hubble Time Machine
For episode 68 of the Hubblecast, Hubble transforms into more than just a telescope — it becomes a time machine! How can Hubble "look back in time" to see the Universe as it was billions of years ago? Dr. J explores the vast scale of our Universe, explaining how Hubble can be used to grasp cosmic distances, view very distant galaxies, and even explore our own past.
What Has Hubble Learned From Star Clusters?
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has observed many star clusters. As well as being scientifically interesting, these clusters produce stunning images, appearing like sparkling baubles in the sky.
Peering Around Cosmic Corners
Last month saw the inauguration of a new Hubble observing program: Frontier Fields. This will use the powerful magnifying properties of massive galaxy clusters to peer even deeper into the space around us. Hubblecast 70 takes a look at this phenomenon — known as gravitational lensing — exploring how it works, and how it can help us to uncover the secrets of the very distant Universe.
Hubble Catches a Visible Echo of Light
Striking Hubble observations of a variable star known as RS Puppis. The star grows brighter and dimmer over a period of 5 weeks, as it pulsates. These regular pulsations have created an amazing phenomenon known as a light echo.
Infinity By Zero Project: Visible echoes around RS Puppis
Video explores striking new Hubble observations of a variable star known as RS Puppis. This star is growing brighter and dimmer as it pulsates over a period of five weeks. These pulsations have created a stunning example of a phenomenon known as a light echo, where light appears to reverberate through the foggy environment around the star.