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  • 3/27/1998 Comet Hyakutake STScI-1998-13 681. Comet Hyakutake The Hubble telescope has probed the inner regions of Comet Hyakutake. This picture captures sunlight scattered by dust particles in the comet's inner coma. ... (More)
  • 3/22/1998 Hubble Captures the Heart of Star Birth STScI-1998-12 682. Hubble Captures the Heart of Star Birth The Hubble telescope has captured a flurry of star birth near the heart of the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1808. (More)
  • 3/19/1998 Hubble Captures the Shrouds of Dying Stars STScI-1998-11 683. Hubble Captures the Shrouds of Dying Stars The Hubble telescope continues to capture stunning, colorful snapshots of stellar burnout. These images reveal the beauty and complexity of planetary nebulae, the glowing... (More)
  • 3/9/1998 Astronomers Track Down Asteroids in Hubble Archive STScI-1998-10 684. Astronomers Track Down Asteroids in Hubble Archive Astronomers have stumbled on an unusual asteroid hunting ground: the thousands of Hubble telescope images stored in the orbiting observatory's archive. ... (More)
  • 2/10/1998 Shock Wave Sheds New Light on Fading Supernova STScI-1998-08 685. Shock Wave Sheds New Light on Fading Supernova The Hubble telescope is giving astronomers a ringside seat to a never-before-seen titanic collision of an onrushing stellar shock wave with an eerie glowing... (More)
  • 1/27/1998 Space Telescope Science Institute Gets New Director STScI-1998-09 686. Space Telescope Science Institute Gets New Director An agreement has been reached in principle to appoint Dr. Steven V. W. Beckwith director of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), in Baltimore. The agreement... (More)
  • 1/9/1998 Astronomers Discover an Infrared Background Glow in the Universe STScI-1998-01 687. Astronomers Discover an Infrared Background Glow in the Universe Astronomers have assembled the first definitive detection of a background infrared glow across the sky produced by dust warmed by all the stars that have existed... (More)
  • 1/9/1998 A New Class of X-ray Star? STScI-1998-07 688. A New Class of X-ray Star? Teaming up space telescopes to make simultaneous ultraviolet and X-ray observations, astronomers may have solved a 20-year-old mystery and possibly discovered... (More)
  • 1/8/1998 Hubble Pinpoints Distant Supernovae STScI-1998-02 689. Hubble Pinpoints Distant Supernovae Peering halfway across the universe to analyze light from exploded stars that died long before our Sun even existed, the Hubble telescope has allowed astronomers to determine that the expansion... (More)
  • 1/7/1998 Astronomers Have Found a New Twist in a Suspected Proto-Planetary Disk STScI-1998-03 690. Astronomers Have Found a New Twist in a Suspected Proto-Planetary Disk A telltale new warp uncovered in a vast, thin disk of dust encircling the star Beta Pictoris may be caused by the gravitational tug of a bypassing... (More)
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