Where's Mercury? What else is missing?The News Archive contains every Hubble image released to the public.
Please note that some objects cannot be observed by Hubble and are therefore not included
in the archive. (One example is the planet Mercury, which is too close to the Sun.) Other
images not released to the public exist as raw data intended for astronomers' use.
Though not interpreted for the general public, anyone can access these data at the
Barbara A. Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes (MAST).