Cosmic birthday: new service from NASA shows what the Hubble telescope saw on your celebration
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope in 2020, NASA launched a service called “What did Hubble see on your birthday?”.
As the name implies, it shows photographs taken on a particular day, with notes that what exactly you can see in this picture.
The service works in all browsers. To start, just go link, enter the date of your birth - day and month, and admire the stunning photo of the cosmos, you can even put yourself on the screen saver.
The result can be shared on social networks, and the More Info button will open more detailed information about the object in the photo and tell where this picture was taken.
We decided to check several dates. For example, on Star Wars Day, May 4, a telescope captured this beauty.
And here is a photo taken on Independence Day.
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