Quasars: Not naked after all
- Lonely quasars send astronomers back to basics. Hecht, Jeff // New Scientist;1/21/95, Vol. 145 Issue 1961, p16
Reports on the confusion over puzzling findings from the Hubble Space Telescope about quasars. Details of the report; Comments of astronomer John Bahcall of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, on the same.
- Storm clouds gather on Saturn. // New Scientist;1/7/95, Vol. 145 Issue 1959, p6
Shows storm clouds on the planet Saturn, in a photograph taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
- Refractor Red Meets the Herschel 400. Freeman, Jay Reynolds // Sky & Telescope;May99, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p114
Comments on the telescope used in observing the Messier objects. Observation of objects discovered by William Herschel; Effects of light pollution in deep-sky observation; Technique used in observation.
- New Hubble Camera Promises 'Deepest' View Yet Into Past. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/13/2002, Vol. 156 Issue 19, p62
Reports the use of the Hubble Space Telescope for astronomical observation. Design and specifications; Capabilities of the instrument; Improvement of space technology.
- Eye on the universe. // Current Science;2/25/94, Vol. 79 Issue 13, p7
Presents the achievements of the Hubble Space Telescope. Information about the universe; Existence of a black hole at the center of the galaxy; Photographing of the shock wave created by a supernova; Discovery of evidence of protoplanetary disks.
- No Planets for Proxima Centauri. // Sky & Telescope;Aug99, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p18
Focuses on the evidence that there is a planet near Proxima Centauri. Report of the Hubble Space Telescope's Faint Object Spectrograph; Details on the planet.
- Discover the autumn sky. Chaple Jr., Glenn F. // Astronomy;Sep96, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p76
Discusses the ability of stargazers to see comets, planets and galaxies through the use of a common 60-millimeter refractor or three- to six-inch reflector. Guide to some of the finest small telescope sights in autumn; Attractiveness of the autumn full Moon; Slight tilting of the rings of...
- Hubble spies Saturn storm. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/9/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 2, p47
Reports on an image sent from the Hubble Space Telescope of a storm on the planet, Saturn. Details of the image and of the storm.
- Hubble images tiny star. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/16/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 3, p16
Reports on the imaging of a red dwarf star Gliese 623b in the Milky Way by the Hubble Space Telescope taken on June 11, 1994.