Hubble Science Year in Review is an annual collection of essays and images designed to share the year's most important Hubble science, as determined by astronomers. The essays go into detail about the research, and can thus provide greater context than the typical news release. Each edition is released in the following year — for example, the 2007 book was released in 2008, and the 2006 book in 2007.
These volumes provide only a highlighted selection of the year's discoveries and center on topics rather than on individual news items. For the complete collection of Hubble news and more specifically focused information, visit NewsCenter. For the best selection of Hubble images, visit Gallery
Hubble Science Year in Review consists of a series of downloadable PDFs. You will need Acrobat Reader to view the information.