From the first days of the existence of such a science as astronomy, since the time of Galileo Galileo, astronomers have set themselves one main goal - to see as much as possible and further, to glance deeper into the universe.
This telescope is one of the most successful projectsNASA. He sends his photos to Earth for study in scientific laboratories. A large number of copies are made from the Hubble telescope daily. Images from the Hubble telescope allow us to shed light on many of the great mysteries of astronomy that existed for hundreds of years. So, scientists were able to establish the age of the Universe (which is 13-14 billion years old against the old, much wider range, in 10-20 billion years), the existence of quasars and dark energy (the mysterious force that causes the expansion of the universe).
Pictures from the Hubble telescope were able to show scientistsall the stages of the evolution of galaxies, including the very small ones that existed, the code our universe was very young. It became possible to consider protoplanetary disks, gas accumulations and dust around young stars, the presence of which is probably a sign of the formation of new planets. Photographs of the Hubble telescope allowed us to consider gamma-ray bursts - incredibly powerful explosions of energy that occur in distant galaxies, when destroying
Well-coordinated work of astronomers, correctThe high-quality Hubble design allowed to provide its incredible performance. Information from the telescope is the material for the work of astronomers around the world. Teams of experts work around the clock, processing images from the Hubble telescope, making a large number of scientific discoveries. After the processing of photos is completed by scientists, the pictures are published, and everyone can see them.
General work on images, mutual assistance and support of scientists of different levels from around the world made it possible to combine many observatories into one system, which optimized the entire process of studying the universe.