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30 Stunning Images From Hubble Space Telescope

VIRALPRIME.COM – The Hubble Space Telescope’s launch and deployment in April 1990 marked the most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo’s telescope. Our view of the universe and our place within it has never been the same. Here is 30 images of the most remarkable and memorable images it has sent back to Earth.

1. Comet C/2013 A1

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2. Pillars of Creation, at the heart of the Eagle Nebula

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3. The Barred Spiral Galaxy (NGC 6217) in the Ursa Minor constellation

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4. Galaxy Centaurus A

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5. Constellation Fornax

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6. The Hubble Space Telescope

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7. The Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841

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8. The Tarantula Nebula

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9. The Orion Nebula

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10. The Sombrero Galaxy

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11. The Spiral Galaxy M74

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12. A pair of spiral galaxies- UGC 1810 (top), UGC 1813 (below)

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13. The Necklace Nebula

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14. The Eye of God in the Helix Nebula

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15. The Spiral Galaxy NGC4911

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16. Star V838 Monocerotis

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17.  The Stellar R136

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18. The Planetary Nebula NGC 5198

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19. Members of a famous galaxy quintet

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20. The 100,000 of M72’s stars

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21. A close-up view of Saturn’s disk

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22. A September 2009 image of Jupiter

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23. The Spiral Galaxy NGC 3393

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24. The deepest portrait of the visible universe ever achieved

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25. The colourful ‘last hurrah’ of a star in planetary nebula NGC 2440

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26. The central region of our Milky Way Galaxy

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27. Arp 148, nicknamed ‘Mayall’s object’ in the constellation of Ursa Major

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28. The Butterfly Nebula

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29. The Planetary Nebula NGC 2818

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30. The Messier 5 (M5)

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(via Telegraph)

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