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  • 4/19/1995 Hubble Discovers New Dark Spot on Neptune STScI-1995-21 151. Hubble Discovers New Dark Spot on Neptune The distant, blue-green planet Neptune has again surprised astronomers with the emergence of a new great dark spot in the cloudy planet's Northern Hemisphere, discovered... (More)
  • 3/31/1995 Hubble Tracks Jupiter Storms STScI-1995-18 152. Hubble Tracks Jupiter Storms The Hubble telescope is following dramatic and rapid changes in Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere that will be critical for planning observations for the Galileo space probe when it arrives... (More)
  • 3/21/1995 Hubble Monitors Weather on Neighboring Planets STScI-1995-16 153. Hubble Monitors Weather on Neighboring Planets What's the weather for Mars and Venus? The Hubble telescope has given astronomers a peek. The telescope is serving as an interplanetary weather satellite for studying the climate... (More)
  • 3/4/1995 Comet Fragment Slams into Jupiter STScI-1995-15 154. Comet Fragment Slams into Jupiter In July 1994, 21 chunks of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, which had broken apart a year earlier, slammed into Jupiter. The Hubble telescope recorded this spectacular event. ... (More)
  • 2/23/1995 Hubble Finds Oxygen Atmosphere on Jupiter's Moon, Europa STScI-1995-12 155. Hubble Finds Oxygen Atmosphere on Jupiter's Moon, Europa Astronomers using the Hubble telescope have identified the presence of an extremely tenuous atmosphere of molecular oxygen around Jupiter's moon, Europa. (More)

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  • 11/20/1990 Saturn STScI-1990-11 189. Saturn This color image of Saturn was taken with the HST's Wide Field /Planetary Camera (WF/PC) in the wide field mode at 8:25 A.M. EDT, August 26, 1990, when the planet was at a distance of 1.39 billion... (More)
  • 11/20/1990 Saturn's North Polar Hood STScI-1990-27 190. Saturn's North Polar Hood This enlargement of the Saturn image reveals unprecedented detail in atmospheric features at the northern polar hood. Saturn's north pole is presently tilted toward Earth by 24 degrees. ... (More)
  • 10/4/1990 First ESA Faint Object Camera Science Images Pluto - the "Double Planet" STScI-1990-14 191. First ESA Faint Object Camera Science Images Pluto - the "Double Planet" NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has obtained the clearest pictures ever of our solar system's most distant and enigmatic object:... (More)
  • 10/4/1990 Comet Levy STScI-1990-19 192. Comet Levy NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has observed the inner core surrounding the icy nucleus of Comet Levy more clearly than can be done with ground-based telescopes... (More)
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