Wednesday , January 20 2021

Hubble loses the best camera, but Science finds it brighter than ever



The Hubble space telescope is running smoothly, a hardware problem has shut down.

NASA said the cameras worked on Tuesday but the other three science tools were still working and they were able to continue watching the sky.

News Hubble discovered the bright quasar that he had ever seen at the beginning of the universe, and has a brightness of around 600 billion.

In the new Quasar, cataloged as J043947.08 + 163415.7, they are so old, when the light began to travel the world over millions of years. There are hopes to discover the birth of the galaxies.

Quasar's active galaxy nucleus is very bright and its powerful glow is creating huge amounts of energy that reaches the gas supercharger of the gas cylinder.

Tuesday's hardware failure occurred in a large-sized camcorder camera, when the spacecraft for astronauts was installed in 2009. The cameras must be an electronic security equipment, if necessary, according to the Nasa.

The impression of an artist is J043947.08 + 163415.7, a close-up quasar created by a black dog supermarket.



The impression of an artist is J043947.08 + 163415.7, a close-up quasar created by a black dog supermarket. Photo: ESA / Hubble / PA

The camera has captured stunning stars, prolonged by galaxies with the help of surveys conducted in the deep sky. He has also studied the objects of the solar system, found some small moons near Pluton and the 14th moon around Neptune. It includes light and ultraviolet light images, as well as a nearby infrared.

Over 350 thousand (560 km) orbit of the Earth, Hubble set off in 1990 and space astronauts from astronauts visited five repairs and upgrades.

He has worked three weeks ago for the problems with gyroscope.

This is the first time this camera is, said Cheryl Gundy, Spokesman of the Science Telescope on Telescope.

"The Nasa group is trying to dialogue to diagnose the problem," said Gundy.

"We would like Hubble to protect and work as soon as possible and that NASA will happen," said partial government officials.


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