FP showingJuly 21, 2021 10:48:03 IST
After a month of inactivity, NASA finally restarted scientific equipment on the Hubble Space Telescope on July 17th. The telescope has now returned to normal, and he has shared images of unusual galaxies to confirm that the telescope is working.
Responding to the development, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said he was pleased to see the “Hubble” eyes return to the universe. He blamed the team for Hubble’s success, adding that the space telescope had completed its 32-year space exploration, according to a NASA blog.
“Hubble means iconIt has given us an amazing insight into the cosmos over the last three decades. ” I am proud of the Hubble team, from the current members to the Hubble July students who came in to give their support and professional experience.
Almost a month ago, On June 13, Hubble’s payload computer went off. It is responsible for controlling and coordinating the scientific instruments on board. The scientific devices on Hubble have been stored safely after the main computer could not receive a signal from the payload.
Hubble telescope missions failed when specialists analyzed the situation. A group of Hubble graduates returned to help the current team to repair the telescope.
Speaking about Hubble, Ninginga Tul, an unusual response manager at Hubble Systems, said the benefits of the programs he has been working on for more than three decades are that he has an amazing experience and skills. Tul added that the experience has been degrading and provocative.
Together, the old and the new team discovered that the problem was with the power control unit. On the evening of July 15, the team’s efforts were successful, and the Hubble Telescope was reopened on July 17.
Not for the first time
Back in 2008, Hubble had to do it Rely on backup tools After the failure of the Science Tool and the Command and Data Management Unit, a similar transition took place. In 2009, during Hubble’s last mission, he significantly extended his life by replacing the complete equipment.
“Hubble is in good hands. Hubble reaffirmed its commitment to the world’s most difficult telescope in space. ” is there Kenneth Sembach, director of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, works in Hubble science.
Return to work
Linn July 19 Hubble shared new images From space. He shared two galaxy images – one with curved arms and the other depicting conflicting galaxies. Other targets for the telescope were lunar star clusters and aurora on the giant planet Jupiter. These images were taken during a program at the University of Washington in Seattle by Julianne Daltan.
NASA has been patrolling the night sky for more than 31 years, and Hubble believes it will “continue its work for many more years and will continue to rejuvenate the earth.” Hubble data has been used to publish more than 18,000 scientific publications and to have viewed over 1.5 million observations of the universe. The team believes Hubble will continue to make new discoveries with other telescopes, including the upcoming James Web telescope.