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Book Review: "Infinite Worlds: People & Places of Space Exploration" by Michael Soluri - Universe Today
On April 24, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched from Kennedy Space Center into low Earth orbit. Hubble was the first telescope designed to operate in space, so it was able to avoid interference from Earth’s atmosphere – an inconvenience that had limited astronomers since they first looked up to the skies. However, scientists … Continue reading "Book Review: “Infinite Worlds: People & Places of Space Exploration” by Michael Soluri"