Where Would Astronomy Be Without The Hubble?

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The microscope and telescope are two of the most potent symbols of science. The most important factors in a telescope are the aperture, (or light gathering capability), and the quality and accuracy of their optics. The major design criteria for a new telescope are portability and low cost. What type of telescope are you interested in? Among the many kinds of telescope, the reflecting and refracting telescope are two of the most popular. And, aperture and quality in a telescope are worth much more than power any day. Be sure and spend some time looking around and talking to other star gazers to get some ideas of what would suit you. Most observers would be happy to advise you. For more information please go to http://www.yesastronomy.com.

Maybe something like a Hubble Space model would suit you? Maybe you can make a deal on a slightly used version? Well, maybe not, but here are some interesting facts about the Hubble.

The Hubble Space Telescope has dazzled us with its astonishing images and discoveries. The Hubble Space Telescope has taken about 750,000 images in is 16+ years in space. It was deployed on April 25, 1990, and is actually a giant observatory aboard a...

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