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An astrophysicist describes interesting developments in the field of astronomy, addresses questions and misconceptions about the cosmos, and hosts videos explaining recent discoveries and images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble's Universe Unfiltered is a blog/video podcast you can view on your computer or mobile device.
Enthusiastic astronomer Dr. J (Joe Liske) hosts this video podcast featuring news and images from the Hubble telescope – presented by ESA, Hubble's European partner.
A veteran video blogger (and die-hard space fan) explores topics and discusses questions about cosmology, the Big Bang, life in the universe and much more. Watch this video blog on your computer or mobile device.
Listen to conversations on hot topics from the world of astronomy in SkyWatch, an audio podcast that keeps you informed on the latest space news. SkyWatch includes HubbleWatch – bonus episodes reporting the most significant Hubble discoveries of the recent past.
Get a behind-the-scenes view at the construction of the Webb telescope.
Hubble is following Comet ISON on its journey toward the Sun. Keep up with the comet in this blog.
Hubble is engaged in an ambitious effort to gaze farther into the universe than ever before by harnessing the power of massive clusters of galaxies. Find out more on this blog.