The Hubble Space Telescope has entered an automatic safe mode due to gyroscope difficulties, but scientists aren't worried about the observatory's health.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990 and has taken some of the most stunning photographs of the universe around us.
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The Hubble Space Telescope has observed a double whammy — two independent galaxy clusters grouped together in the same view.
The rocky exoplanet LTT 1445Ac, located about 22.5 light years away, has been observed transiting its star by the Hubble Space Telescope.
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a striking new view of a distant spiral galaxy whose star-studded arms are all tangled up.
The Hubble Space Telescope snapped a new view of a hazy spiral galaxy that once hosted a supernova explosion.
The James Webb Space Telescope has observed gassy baby galaxies in the early universe triggering explosive bouts of star formation, flooding the universe with light.
The Hubble Space Telescope recently snapped an ultraviolet image of the gas giant Jupiter, offering a stunning false-color look at the planet's turbulent atmosphere.
A new photo from the Hubble Space Telescope captures a face-on view of the Spanish Dancer galaxy, formally known as NGC 1566, located in the Dorado constellation.
A new image from the Hubble Space Telescope reveals a galaxy overshadowed by its larger, merging companions.
An intermediate spiral galaxy, called IC 5332, was photographed face-on by the Hubble Space Telescope, capturing the galaxy’s large, circular structure and winding spiral arms glittering with stars.
Two of NASA's flagship space telescopes, Hubble and Chandra, may have less money to spend if budget predictions come through. NASA may reallocate funds to newer missions.
Two conflicting methods to measure the expansion rate of the universe give different results, but researchers could resolve the disparity by watching merging neutron stars explode.
The galaxy NGC 6951 was a star factory 800 million years ago, then it halted operations for 300 million years before cranking stellar bodies out once more.
A new Hubble Space Telescope image shines a spotlight on a faraway snake-like galaxy whose swirling arms feature new and old stars.
The blast of light was 100 times brighter than an ordinary supernova, but it came from intergalactic space between two distant galaxies.
A faint "bridge" of gas connects two colliding galaxies in a new photo from the Hubble Space Telescope.
An old space shuttle engine that once visited the Hubble Space Telescope was just mounted on the Space Launch System rocket that will launch the Artemis 2 moon mission next year.