Hubble Takes Photo of Galaxy “Glowing on Diamonds” 1
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The Hubble Space Telescope and other space telescopes are always from outer space. excellent transfers images to us. This time the Hubble Space Telescope, NGC 1385

He photographed the spiral galaxy .

NASA’s Shining like a diamond in the sky“, this galaxy is from our planet. 68 million light years is located at a distance.

The pupil of the constellation Fornax

Hubble Takes Photo of Galaxy “Glowing on Diamonds” 2

Galaxy named NGC 1385, Fornax in the position of the pupil of the constellation. The name of this constellation does not come from the name of an ancient deity or an animal, as in other constellations. Fornax in English Furnace

Oven known as Latin. The person who gave this name is the famous French astronomer born in 1713. Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille. He has named 14 constellations still known today and is known among astronomers. Some of the other constellations he named Atila(air pump), Norma, (ruler) and Telescopium(telescope).

The camera that took this unique image was added to Hubble in 2009. Wide angle camera #3. This camera is widely known as the most used camera in Hubble. 12 years after the working deadline, the camera, which still works quite efficiently even today, will be in the next 5 years. retired and

Installing a more suitable camera instead of is also on the agenda of NASA and ESA.

The Hubble Space Telescope, which malfunctioned for a while in the summer of 2021 and stopped working, was fortunately reactivated. in space 31. year of It is said that different additions can be made to the filling satellite in the near future.

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