Whether it's distant galaxies looking for black holes or shutting off exoplanets, these are some of Hubble's most iconic images
The Hubble Space Telescope Launched in 1990 NASA has had more than 1 since 1965 It has been undergoing 3 million observations since it was put into operation
It will eventually be replaced by the newer and stronger James Webb Space Telescope, but in the meantime we thought it would be appropriate to look at some of Hubble's best footage.
Whether it's remote galaxies, the search for black holes, or the attempt to block exoplanets, these are some of the most striking images of Hubble's collection.
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Of course, with 1.3 million or so to choose from, narrowing the top ten is always something be subjective.
The good news is that you can see many more space images in NASA's own archive of images or on Hubble's own website.
Let us know in the comment section if there are any serious guesses.