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NASA wants you to find Hubble’s next iconic image

by Laura Domela

March 27, 2012 at 7:01 PM

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NASA wants you to help search for spectacular but overlooked images from the Hubble space telescope.

Hubble has made more than a million observations during its two decades in orbit. Astronomers working with Hubble data have created amazing, iconic images of gaseous nebulae, forming stars, and massive galaxies.

Only a handful of researchers have looked at much of the Hubble archive, which is stored in an online public database. NASA and the European Space Agency, which jointly run Hubble’s website, want people to discover what’s been overlooked.
via Wired

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