Hubble's Next Discovery, You Decide Voting Competition
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Teachers, students, and everyday people will have a chance to boldly look where Hubble has never looked before by voting on one of six candidate astronomical objects to be observed during the International Year of Astronomy's (IYA) "100 Hours of Astronomy," taking place from April 2 - 5. Educators and their students can also make and submit artistic collages of their favorite Hubble images. Space enthusiasts can cast their vote at http://YouDecide.Hubblesite.org. The contest ends March 1.


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Announcements, Hubble Telescope, Interview

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Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Estacion (STScI)

Publication: January 28, 2009


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