Today in 1543 Copernicus published his proof of a sun-centered Universe. There is still so much for us to learn about the stars! Radio telescopes are one of the ways that we peer into the rest of the Universe.
Today in 1990 the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into space and has brought us so many breathtaking images since then. Learn More
In 1983, The telescope is named after renowned American astronomer Edwin P. Hubble. Learn More
Hubble was designed to see the heavens 10x more clearly than any telescope on Earth. There are hundreds of breathtaking images from Hubble. Do you have a favorite? Learn More
Hubble was designed to see the heavens 10x more clearly than any telescope on Earth. Learn More
Did you know our Maryland Graphic is dedicated to the Hubble? President Eisenhower signed the Space Act in 1958 which prompted the formation of NASA and its first space flight and astronomical research facility in Greenbelt, Maryland. Learn More
Thowback Thursday: In honor of Ohio’s Statehood day, check out our old school Wapakoneta Graphic dedicated to the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum. Still a classic!
The Hubble itself is a large piece of glass. It’s the instruments we put behind it that determine what it can do. Learn More