Hubble Space Telescope Gets Ready for Business 1
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The Hubble Space Telescope, which captures images of planets, stars and galaxies located about 600 kilometers from Earth, was inoperative for about 1 month. Scientists from NASA, who have been trying for a long time to solve a problem in the telescope, at the end of a month to restore the telescope succeeded.

The Hubble Space Telescope, which has not been able to capture any images of space for a long time due to the problem caused by computer failure, according to the statement made by NASA. as of this weekend will start collecting data again.

NASA took a long time to fix the telescope, which is also a spacecraft

Hubble Space Telescope Gets Ready for Business 2

On the 13th of last June tasked with synchronizing all the data collected by the Hubble Space Telescope The payload computer froze, rendering the telescope unusable. NASA announced at that time that there was a possibility of another problem in the components of the telescope due to the problem in the computer, so they decided to use the Hubble Space Telescope for a while. in safe mode announced that they would wait.

As you know, the Hubble Space Telescope is also an unmanned spacecraft. Therefore, it was not possible for NASA scientists to physically repair the telescope, and in the process, the telescope was repaired incorrectly several times. Stating that the problem was completely resolved at the end of 1 month, scientists announced that the telescope will start collecting data again from the end of this week.

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