Hubble Space Telescope


    Studying the cosmos for over a quarter century, the Hubble Space Telescope has made more than a million observations and changed our fundamental understanding of the universe. Still at the peak of its investigative capabilities and in high demand from astronomers worldwide, Hubble remains one of the most productive scientific instruments ever built. As Hubble continues seeking answers to our deepest cosmic questions, explore the resources below to learn about some of the mission’s discoveries so far.

    Hubble Faculty

    Gilda Ballester

    Research Professor (Retired)

    Exoplanets, Planetary Astronomy, Planetary Atmospheres

    Ilaria Pascucci


    Astrobiology, Exoplanets, Planetary Astronomy, Planetary Formation and Evolution

    Peter Smith

    Professor Emeritus


    Hubble Faculty

    Sarah E. Moran

    Director's Postdoctoral Fellow

    Astrobiology, Exoplanets, Planetary Astronomy, Planetary Atmospheres, Titan & Outer Solar System