Welcome our supersize collector’s issue of RocketSTEM devoted 100% to the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope observing the Universe from Earth’s orbit.
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Table of Contents
Hubble’s greatest discoveries Ground-breaking discoveries made possible by Hubble.
Edwin P. Hubble The man behind the name of the space telescope.
How they do it Processing B&W images from Hubble into stunning full-color.
Making house calls Quick glance at the first four servicing missions.
Last visit to Hubble The mission that almost never happened, STS-125.
RocketSTEM • April 2015 • Vol. 3 No. 2 Issue 11 (ISSN: 2326-0661) • © 2015 All Rights Reserved
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