Hubble's Universe

Hubble's Universe Lecture

Hubble's Universe is a presentation about the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomical imaging, and some of the discoveries made possible by the Hubble Space Telescope. Included is an overview of Hubble's data collection instruments/cameras and an overview of the electromagnetic spectrum. This is followed by a discussion of the methods by which the data from the various instruments is converted into the beautiful astronomical images that have changed our view of the universe.

A broad array of representative images are used in the presentation, including planets of the solar system, nebula, black holes, and galaxies. The images are used as illustrations to explain several of the astronomical and cosmological discoveries made from Hubble Space Telescope data.

The length of this presentation is between 40 and 60 minutes. For scheduling and general inquiries please click the link below to send me an email.

 

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