The Hubble Space Telescope is sometimes called a time machine because it
sees distant galaxies as they appeared billions of years ago. The light from these
Three astronomers explain how the Space Telescope can peer back into the
early universe, detecting which galaxies are moving toward – and which away
Apr 11, 2012 ... A new scientific instrument, a "time machine" of sorts, built by UCLA ... I
Telescope at the W.M. Keck Observatory atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii. ... "
Sometimes there are large clusters with thousands of galaxies, sometimes small
clusters. ... In the late 1990s, McLean delivered an infrared spectrometer called...
May 20, 2015 ... Read all of the posts by Space Telescope Science Institute on ... The production
of the “The Incredible Time Machine” video is part of a ... Therefore, we see very
distant objects as they were in the past — sometimes billions of years in the past.
... This is called “gravitational lensing,” and these clusters act as ...
Your Very Own Time Machine: Buying Your First Telescope ... names for different
variations of compound-telescopes (sometimes also called "catadioptrics").
Sep 29, 2011 ... One of the Hubble Space Telescope's goals was to accurately ... of the universe
since the Big Bang (sometimes called the Hubble Time). ... Forget the TARDIS,
the Hubble Space Telescope is the real space and time machine!
The Moon, photographed with a digital camera through a telescope by ... Light
from the Sun takes about 5 and 1/2 hours to reach it and roughly the same time to
return to Earth. ... The brightest star in our neighbor system is called Alpha
Centauri ... Sometimes astronomers call it M31, by its number in the famous
Apr 12, 2012 ... "Sometimes there are large clusters with thousands of galaxies, ... Light collected
by the Keck I Telescope was fed into MOSFIRE for the first time on April 4, ....
NGC 5907 is sometimes called the "Splinter" or Knife Edge Galaxy ...
Credit: SOHO Extreme UV Telescope ... Technically, it's called a fogbow. ... The
ring is sometimes called the "Clarke Belt" after Arthur C Clarke who popularized ...
That's over eleven million miles and is called a “light minute”. ... The only time
machines around today are telescopes that let us see deep into the .... When it
comes to the effects of traveling close to the speed of light, it sometimes appears
to be ...