1. NASA Names Upcoming Telescope to Honor the 'Mother of Hubble'  NASA Goddard
  2. A Sparkling Stretched Spiral and Stunning Out-of-This-World Galaxies Imaged by Hubble  SciTechDaily
  3. Nancy Roman Made Hubble Happen, And Its Successor Is Named For Her  Forbes
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This sparkling spiral galaxy looks almost stretched across the sky in this new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Known as NGC 4100, the galaxy boasts a neat spiral structure and swirling arms speckled with the bright blue hue of newly formed stars. Like so many of the stunning images

A Sparkling Stretched Spiral and Stunning Out-of-This-World Galaxies Imaged by Hubble

A Sparkling Stretched Spiral and Stunning Out-of-This-World Galaxies Imaged by Hubble – SciTechDaily

The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, formerly known as the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) will examine planets in distant star systems and study the oldest, most distant objects in the universe. The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, formerly known as the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) will examine planets in distant star systems and study the oldest, most distant objects in the universe.

Nancy Roman Made Hubble Happen, And Its Successor Is Named For Her

“Hubble is eating @pdchoffman’s new book, Clean Hands, right up.”

Taffy Brodesser-Akner on Twitter: "Hubble is eating @pdchoffman’s new book, Clean Hands, right up.… "

“Hubble just crushing this whole working-from-home thing.”

Claude Brodesser-Akner on Twitter: "Hubble just crushing this whole working-from-home thing.… "

“Without Nancy Grace Roman, we wouldn’t have Hubble Space Telescope — or any space telescope — the way we do today. That’s why it’s so wonderfully cool NASA just named a very big upcoming observatory after her. Imagine Hubble with *100* times the view. https://t.co/B6tznaNFMW”

Phil Plait on Twitter: "Without Nancy Grace Roman, we wouldn’t have Hubble Space Telescope — or any space telescope — the way we do today. That’s why it’s so wonderfully cool NASA just named a very big upcoming observatory after her. Imagine Hubble with *100* times the view. https://t.co/B6tznaNFMW"

“On this day in 1990: Hubble Space Telescope took its first photo.”

Jon Erlichman on Twitter: "On this day in 1990: Hubble Space Telescope took its first photo.… "