The Hubble Space Telescope is about to turn 25-years-old. It was sent into space in 1990 and has provided the world some of the most important discoveries in history.
The devices is roughly the size of a school bus and circles the earth every 97 minutes. It’s quite easy to forget that this is happening each and every day.
In honor of the Hubble’s anniversary, Brad and Keith of Objectivity wanted to reveal how it all began. These lucky dudes got to examine sir Isaac Newton’s telescope.
We hope you enjoy this gem as much as we did!