Of the Hubble Space Telescope, John Norris Bahcall, former Professor in the School of Natural Sciences, and colleagues wrote, “What is at stake is not only a piece of stellar technology but our commitment to the most fundamental human quest: understanding the cosmos. . . . Hubble’s most important discoveries could be in the future.”
Following its successful repair in 2009, Hubble made the circumgalactic medium census possible, helping scientists to tackle long-standing cosmic questions.
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