What does Hubble say on your birthday? Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday.
What did NASA capture on your birthday? All you need to do is head to NASA’s website and key in your birthday. Then, you’ll see an image of the universe on that exact date and some details about the image. For example, if you were born on February 4 you’d see the Galaxy Cluster MACS J0717. 5+3745.
What will my sky look like on my birthday? You can go to the official Hubble Gallery site , which has 87 pages of photos going back to August 13, 1990. Or, you can head to NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day site, which lists photos taken by all of the agency’s telescopes since June 16, 1995!
How many years back can Hubble see? The improved resolution of the Hubble Space Telescope increased the lookback time to 13.4 billion years, and with the JWST we expect to improve on this possibly to 13.55 billion years for galaxies and stars. Stars started to form a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, in a time that we call the cosmic dawn.