With the Space Shuttle taking off to make repairs to the Hubble Telescope, I thought I’d put together a quick “The Best…” list related to it.
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Here are The Best Sites To Learn About The Hubble Telescope (and are accessible to English Language Learners):
The New York Times also has a similar feature.
Snapshots From Hubble is a slideshow from The New York Times.
A View of the Edge of The Universe is a CNN slideshow of images taken by the Hubble.
Preparing to Rescue Hubble is from the Boston Globe’s Big Picture.
Hubble’s Highs and Lows is a slideshow from MSNBC.
The CBBC Newsround has an accessible explanation of The Mission to Fix Telescope.
The Washington Post has a slideshow on the spacewalks.
The Universe, In High Definition is a slideshow from The New York Times.
April, 2010 is the twentieth anniversary of the Hubble Telescope.
According to The Telegraph:
to mark the observatory’s 20th anniversary, scientists at Nasa have selected the most dramatic and scientifically-important images it has taken.
The BBC has article, infographic and video on the upcoming replacement to the Hubble Telescope, called the James Webb Space Telescope.
Hubble’s Hidden Treasures is from The Atlantic.
Celebrate Hubble’s 24th With Giant Galaxies, Dying Stars and Cosmic Chaos is from National Geographic.
April 25th, 2015 is the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Telescope.
25 Years of Cosmic Treasures: Hubble’s 12½ Greatest Hits is from Slate.
A Hubble Birthday Bubble in Clear View is from The NY Times.
Twenty-Five of Hubble’s Greatest Hits is from National Geographic.
Suggestions and feedback, as always, are welcome.