Astronomy Research Video [Copy]

Astronomy Research Video [Copy]

Published on 13 August 2021
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Sandithma Weerasinghe
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Transcript
00:04
The Hubble Space Telescope orbits Earth at around 27,000 km/h.
00:08
It is faced out towards space, where it collects data and images.
00:13
The images that are taken and sent from the telescope are captured through something similar to a digital camera.
00:16
It is able to view locations that are very far away and is thought to be looking into the past, as it can see places about 13.4 billion light-years from Earth.
00:22
Hubble would take the picture of the object it is targeting,
00:23
and then send it back down to Earth
00:28
which is done through the air using radio waves.
00:33
This is received and analysed by scientists, who continue to learn more about our universe through the Hubble Space Telescope...