Hubble Space Telescope
The Hubble Space Telescope is a large, space-based observatory that has been in operation since 1990. It was named after astronomer Edwin Hubble, who is known for his contributions to the field of cosmology.
The Hubble Telescope is equipped with a large, 2.4-meter mirror that allows it to observe the universe in visible, ultraviolet, and infrared light. It is one of the largest and most versatile telescopes ever built and has revolutionized our understanding of the universe.
The Hubble Telescope has made many important discoveries in its more than three decades in space. It has captured stunning images of distant galaxies, star clusters, and other celestial objects, and has helped scientists better understand the origins and evolution of the universe.