1. Meet SuperBIT, the next-generation space telescope that rides above the clouds on a balloon  Space.com
  2. New kind of space telescope will be carried by balloons roughly the size of football stadiums  CTV News
  3. First Images From Revived Hubble Telescope Are These Jaw-Dropping Galaxies  Screen Rant
  4. Hubble Captures Stunning Photos After It Was Offline for Over a Month  PetaPixel
  5. Here are the First New Pictures From the Fully Operational Hubble  Universe Today
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By getting to the top of the stratosphere, SuperBIT can observe the universe with little to no interference from the atmosphere.SuperBIT might be the next best thing in astronomy.

Meet SuperBIT, the next-generation space telescope that rides above the clouds on a balloon | Space

The Canadian Space Agency and researchers at the University of Toronto are part of the international team effort by NASA that built a new kind of astronomical telescope known as a 'SuperBIT,' which would be carried by massive balloons.The Canadian Space Agency and researchers at the University of Toronto are part of the international team effort by NASA that built a new kind of astronomical telescope known as a 'SuperBIT,' which would be carried by massive balloons.

New kind of space telescope will be carried by balloons roughly the size of football stadiums | CTV News

After being offline for a month, Hubble has shared its first images after coming back online. It captured two mysterious galaxies far off in space.The two galaxies are absolutely stunning.

First Images From Revived Hubble Telescope Are These Jaw-Dropping Galaxies

After being offline for a month, NASA has shared the first two images from Hubble since it was brought back from the brink.We almost lost Hubble, but it has come roaring back.

Hubble Captures Stunning Photos After It Was Offline for Over a Month | PetaPixel

The astronomy community breathed a huge sigh of relief earlier this week when the Space Telescope Science Institute announced the Hubble Space Telescope’s major computer issues had been fixed. In a grueling month of recovery work, every expert – even retired Hubble engineers and scientists — was brought in for consultation. Their ultimate success is … Continue reading "Here are the First New Pictures From the Fully Operational Hubble"

Here are the First New Pictures From the Fully Operational Hubble - Universe Today

The Hubble Space Telescope went into safe mode after an onboard payload computer glitched on June 13.The Hubble Space Telescope went into safe mode after an onboard payload computer glitched on June 13.

Bringing Hubble back to life: How engineers recovered ageing telescope with help from three-decade-old alumni - SCIENCE News