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Hubble Space Telescope
Twenty-five years ago this April the Hubble Space Telescope was placed into orbit above Earth. The telescope has revolutionized the study of astronomy and provided thousands of stunning images of stars, nebulas, galaxies, and many other cosmic phenomena. Click on the links below to explore Britannica’s coverage of these phenomena and of astronomy as a whole.

Hubble Space Telescope
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asteroid
astronomy
black hole
comet
galaxy
meteor and meteorite
Milky Way
nebula
planet
solar system
star
Sun
universe
 
Learning Materials Britannica New & Revised Articles
Video:
Black Hole
Image: Halley’s Comet: March, 1986





Women Scientist in the 21st Century:

Ellen Ochoa

The history of women in science, incuding a list of Nobel Prize awarded women.

In the last month alone, hundreds of articles have been added or revised to the Britannica Academic. Take a look below to see a few of these new updates!

National Library Week

Watch our blog and follow us on Twitter as we celebrate National Library Week from April 12-18!

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