Hubblecast 01: Hubble sees 'Comet Galaxy' being ripped apart by galaxy cluster

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The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, in collaboration with several other ground- and space-based telescopes, has captured a galaxy being ripped apart by a galaxy cluster's gravitational field and harsh environment. The finding sheds light on the mysterious process by which gas-rich spiral-shaped galaxies might evolve into gas-poor irregular- or elliptical-shaped galaxies over billions of years.

Earth's Destiny

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What will happen to Planet Earth in a few billion years?

Studying the Sun

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Getting a good look at the Sun - from Galileo's time to today.

Sun's Destiny

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Scientists discuss the Sun's destiny.

The Outer Planets

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Plotting a trip to the outer planets.

Space Week: Roving Mars, Part 1

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With brilliant design and hard work, the Rover engineers create a robotic wonder to explore Mars.

Space Week: Roving Mars, Part 2

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How do you get a Rover to Mars? Here's the trip from launch to touchdown.

Landing on Mars

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Looking back at the dramatic first landing on Mars.

Magellan's Venus

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Astronomers remember Magellan's astounding photos of Venus.


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A look back at Voyager II's incredible images of Saturn.