NASA now lets astro-enthusiasts check what fascinating cosmic wonder the Hubble Telescope viewed on their birthday.
A telescope that glares at the stars with its lens wide open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, each day of the year would surely look at something specific each day.
NASA’s Hubble Telescope recently celebrated completion of its 30 years this year on April 23.
“What did Hubble look at on your birthday? Enter the month and date below to find out!,” says a message on the webpage where internet users can check this out.
“Then share the results with your friends on social media using #Hubble30,” says NASA.
Netizens shared images using the hashtag, sharing magnificent images taken by Hubble on their birthdays.
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