Whoa... much better. A flaw in Hubble's mirror meant that the telescope first looked to the universe with blurry vision. But #OTD in 1994, @NASA announced that new optics installed during the first servicing mission to Hubble had solved the problem: https://t.co/T5dJnKu7aK https://t.co/GZOUVxGPks
M31 Andromeda Galaxy captured using a mirrorless camera and 600mm telephoto lens
Intuitive Machines Selects SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket for Second Moon Mission
M31, Andromeda Galaxy From my balcony
Andromeda Galaxy, M31
The Moon setting over the mountains of Lake Louise
How many windows has International Space Station?
Observing how [International Space Station](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Space_Station) was built through these 20 years, and watching a lot of Earth and cosmos pictures taken by astronauts from ISS, this is the reason for to ask this question.
I zoomed in on Orion as it rose above this small group of trees in Saskatchewan [1638x2048][OC]
My newest wall piece
MethaneSAT Picks SpaceX as Launch Provider for Mission to Protect Earth’s Climate
What are the chance of NASA (or ESA) changing the astronaut height limit in the future?
Hi guys, I've wanted to be an astronaut since I was 12 but I've recently passed the height limit (I'm 1.93 now or about 76 inch) So I'm wondering if they might change it in the future (in like 20 years) because with now starship crew coming around in the future I think it might chance because of starships size but honestly I don't know. Do you guys know anything about this?
First Light with the new telescope! M81, M82 and some Integrated Flux Nebula
The Milky Way in July
Planetary Nebula NGC 5189
Saturn and some of its moons - August 11 1981 (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Kevin M. Gill)