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Robert Pearlman

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From: Houston, TX
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posted 04-24-2010 04:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Robert Pearlman   Click Here to Email Robert Pearlman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
HubbleSite release
Messages to Hubble
Make your voice a part of Hubble History

You've seen the science, you've witnessed the discoveries. Now let your experiences become part of the Hubble Space Telescope's story. To celebrate Hubble's 20th anniversary, HubbleSite is collecting the human side of the telescope's saga.

Share the way that Hubble has touched your life or tell us what the telescope means to you, and we'll store your message in the Hubble archive alongside the full collection of the telescope's science data. Generations from now, researchers looking for Hubble's impact on society may read your message and better understand how one telescope changed the face of astronomy.

Leave your message and be a part of Hubble history

More ways to leave your message:

  • Visit the "Messages to Hubble" Facebook page to post your message to your wall archive.

  • Use the hashtag #hst20 in your Twitter post to include your message

  • E-mails to will be placed in the archive.

  • Text the word "Hubble" to (632-18) for instructions on sending your message to the archive.


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From: Brussels, Belgium
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posted 04-25-2010 10:23 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Philip   Click Here to Email Philip     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
In fact 30 years since mirror construction in 1979, 20 years since launch and about 17 years since second light in December 1993 with COSTAR correcting Hubble.

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