See Image Captured by Hubble Telescope on your Birthday

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Hubble Telescope was launched by American space agency NASA on April 24 ,1990 to introduce humanity to the new secrets of the universe, it was named after astronomer Edwin Hubble. It is the largest and most versatile telescope made by humans to explore the observable universe and send captured images to the scientists for research and answering the unsolved mystery of Universe.Hubble Telescope is considered as boon for astronomy as it provide the various useful information like expanding of universe and discoveries of celestial bodies such as Black hole and many galaxies. Now to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Hubble telescope NASA is providing images shot by telescope on your birthday.

Hubble telescope captures images constantly orbiting around the earth's orbit.NASA has huge collection of images shot by Hubble telescope and you can watch what it captured on your birthday. There are high chances that the Outer Space wallpapers you are using are captured from this telescope, So without further due here is how you can see the pictures captured by telescope on your birthday:-

  • Go to NASA official site page.
  • Enter the month and date of your birthday.
  • click "submit" button.
  • click on "See full image".

I am sure that after getting the image you will be amazed to see the beauty of the outer space which seem dark from earth surface. you will notice various interstellar bodies like Galaxies, stars, Nebula, super novas etc. you also can share this picture to Facebook,Twitter etc and you can also use #hubble30 to share it with your friends.

In my case it shows Galaxy Cluster Abell 2744, don't know what was that but it was beautiful and mesmerizing. here is some info about it :-

Galaxy Cluster Abell 2744

Located 3.5 billion light-years away, Abell 2744 contains several hundred galaxies and might be a pile-up of at least four smaller galaxy clusters. Abell 2744’s strong gravitational field acts as a lens, brightening and magnifying the light of nearly 3,000 distant background galaxies.

Lets enjoy and celebrate the 30 years of hubble telescope which is one the greatest invention in the history of Astronomy.