On January 8came out of action. A hardware problem caused the tool to stop operations.
The latest update from NASA is good news: The Hubble Space Telescope 3 resumed scientific observations by taking pictures of the distant universe just after lunch, January 1
For more information: https://t.co/ETEDYPwDtd
– Hubble (@NASAHubble) January 17, 2019
Investigating the January 8 error, NASA came to the conclusion that voltage levels have jumped beyond their safe values, leading to stopping operations. Further estimates note that voltage levels are good, but the telemetry circuits – which help NASA collect Telescope data – were "not accurate." Router-like reboot was reverted to telemetry chain operations
Broad field 3 is just one of Hubble's tools and while NASA works to bring it back to collecting scientific images, other Hubble tools continue to function normally . ,
NASA says Hubblewhich would mean exploring the space for a solid 35 years. During this time, she has captured smiling faces in space and has provided new ways to see the dark matter . He recently took which can go through the screen of your computer.
The Hubble Space Telescope, run by NASA and the European Space Agency, was on a 15-year mission when it launched a mission on 25 April 1990 that plans to expand the Hubble mission to 20 years. Now he is the 29th year of his life.
NASA is 60 years old: The space agency has taken humanity away from each other and has plans to go further.
CES 2019: See all of CNET's coverage for the biggest show of the year.