The mysterious energy that drives the expansion of the universe may not be a constant.
Pushed back only a few months, NASA wants to ensure the integration of the spacecraft.
And it will transform our fundamental understanding of the cosmos.
Of course, the bee would have to stay really, really still.
Hubble’s replacement will take space exploration to a whole new level.
For the first time ever, we are truly seeing our universe.
No known astronomical phenomenon can explain the event.
Its mirrors are as big as a tennis court.
As today’s space telescopes age, tomorrow’s are preparing for launch, and they plan to give us a glimpse of the earliest years of our universe. This is life after Hubble.
The search for alien life continues.
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