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Mahalo for posting these Kailuaboy! I was interested in astronomy when I was a kid, but by the time I got to college I realized that you needed to be really good at physics, and I was not. LOL.

And I say Imua TMT! Let's add to our knowledge of the universe.
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Streamed live on Jan 14, 2020

Nimisha Kumari, Space Telescope Science Institute

How do stars form? This simple question has intrigued humankind for centuries, and is one of the most
explored topics of contemporary astrophysics. Stars form in galaxies, but not all galaxies are forming stars.
What does a typical star-forming region look like? What is it composed of? How are stars born in these
nebulas? Join us to probe what we know—and don’t yet know—about the physics of star-formation, and
how astronomers around the world are trying to answer these questions of stellar genesis with ground- and
space-based telescopes.

Host: Dr. Frank Summers of the Space Telescope Science Institute

Recorded live on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.

More information: www.stsci.edu/public-lectures
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Feb 24, 2020

This montage of more than 600 images from the Hubble Space Telescope celebrates the telescope’s
30 years of discovery. From our own cosmic neighborhood to the far reaches of the universe, Hubble
has opened our eyes to breathtaking new views of the cosmos. The rapid sequence echoes Hubble’s
fast pace of exploration. Though numerous, these images are just a glimpse of the data collected
by Hubble over the past 30 years, and only a tiny sliver of our vast universe.
https://hubblesite.org/30
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