The Hubble Space Telescope continues to be nothing less than a workhorse for both NASA and its adoring fans who love pictures taken from space. Hubble has just identified a new spot hovering over Neptune, the first spot hovering over Neptune seen in this new century.
James Webb Space Telescope will only make Hubble more fun
The Hubble telescope is a bad ass and I only hope that we don’t forget the incredible work and imagery it has given us,. Hubble working together with a functioning (fingers crossed) James Webb Space telescope in a little over a year’s time will only prove Hubble’s value and the imagery from its new friend will be stunning.
The James Webb Space Telescope will be roughly seven times as powerful as Hubble and take a position about four times as far from the Earth as the moon’s orbit. That’s if it works. The telescope will need to assemble itself. It you remember the Hubble launch, it didn’t work when launched well over 25 years ago. Thankfully, we has a space shuttle program to repair it and upgrade it four times. In theory, the Hubble will work like a spotter for the better sniper, scan for targets and let the new telescope take it from there.
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But until that day comes, the Hubble is what we have and it continues to surprise.
Hubble recently confirmed the presence of a high-pressure system or dark vortex which appears to leave a spot on Neptune, though that’s certainly not the case as it’s in the atmosphere.
“Dark vortices coast through the atmosphere like huge, lens-shaped gaseous mountains,” research ast