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  1. Hubblecast 126: From Ultraviolet to Infrared: Comparing the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescopes2019/12/11
  2. Hubblecast 125 Light: Hubble Studies High-Energy Gamma Ray Burst2019/11/20
  3. Hubblecast 124 Light: Exoplanet K2-18b2019/09/11
  4. Hubblecast 123 Light: Jupiter’s Great Red Spot2019/08/08
  5. Hubblecast 122 Light: The Evolution of Eta Carinae2019/07/01
  6. Hubblecast 121: What can we learn from exoplanet transits?2019/06/12
    This new Hubblecast episode explores what we can learn through the transits of exoplanets. It also tells us what we have learned from these transits with the help of Hubble and which discoveries we can expect with the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope.
  7. Hubblecast 120 Light: Continued Discrepancy in the Universe's Expansion Rate2019/04/25
  8. Hubblecast 119: Hubble’s 29th anniversary2019/04/18
  9. Hubblecast 118: How the first stars transformed the Universe2019/04/03
  10. Hubblecast 117 Light: Hubble & Gaia weigh the Milky Way2019/03/07
  11. Hubblecast 116: Henrietta Leavitt — ahead of her time2019/02/20
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  12. Hubblecast 115 Light: Triangulum Galaxy in unrivalled detail2019/01/07
  13. Hubblecast 114: How does Hubble orientate itself in space?2018/12/19
    This new Hubblecast episode takes a detailed look into the refined Pointing Control System that allows Hubble to keep its gaze into the Universe firm and steady.
  14. Hubblecast 113: Nancy Roman — The mother of Hubble2018/10/08
  15. Hubblecast 112 Light: Mars and Saturn2018/07/26
    Mars and Saturn are among the most popular planets. This new episode of the Hubblecast presents the images Hubble took of these planets in summer 2018.
  16. Hubblecast 111: Hubble sees `Oumuamua getting a boost2018/06/27
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  17. Hubblecast 110 Light: New test of Einstein’s general relativity2018/06/21
    An international team of astronomers using Hubble has made the most precise test of general relativity yet outside our Milky Way.
  18. Hubblecast 109: Diving into the Lagoon Nebula2018/04/19
    On 24 April 1990, Hubble was launched into space. To celebrate its 28th year in orbit, some of Hubble’s precious observation time was used to observe the colourful Lagoon Nebula. One of only two star-forming nebulae visible to the unaided eye, this spectacular stellar nursery is not quite the tranquil landscape its name suggests.
  19. Hubblecast 108 Light: Hubble finds most distant star2018/04/02
    Astronomers have used Hubble to make an incredible discovery — they have observed the most distant star ever seen. The bright blue star existed only 4.4 billion years after the Big Bang. This incredible distant star allows astronomers to learn more about the formation and evolution of stars in the early Universe.
  20. Hubblecast 107: Decoding the colours of NGC 33442018/02/14
    Our eyes detect only visible light, but on board Hubble are a variety of instruments that together detect many different wavelengths of light. This means that Hubble is able to observe galaxies over a wide range of wavelengths to reveal features that would otherwise remain invisible to our eyes.
  21. Hubblecast 106 Light: Flying through the Orion Nebula2018/01/15
    This visualisation takes the viewer on a breathtaking flight through the Orion Nebula, a nearby star-forming region. The video has been produced using scientific imagery and data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
  22. Hubblecast 105 Light: Best of Hubble 20172017/12/21
  23. Hubblecast 104: Illustrating Hubble’s discoveries2017/12/19
    Hubble is best known for its stunning images and amazing discoveries.

    But sometimes the discoveries do not come hand-in-hand with a breathtaking view of the Universe. Raise the curtains for the artists creating impressions of the cosmos! In this Hubblecast we learn how artist’s impressions are made and how realistic they are.
  24. Hubblecast 103: Hubble observes source of gravitational waves for the first time2017/10/16
    Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have observed a visible counterpart to gravitational waves for the first time: a kilonova from merging neutron stars.
  25. Hubblecast 102: Taking the fingerprints of exoplanets2017/10/11
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