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MPEG Video Clip: Hubble Space Telescope Slews from North to South - Video Assests

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  • MPEG 1
  • File Size - 743kB
  • Length - 18 seconds
  • Format - MPEG 1
  • Resolution - 320 x 240 pixels

 


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  • Title: Hubble Space Telescope Slews from North to South
  • Description:
    The Hubble Space Telescope is pointing north at a blank patch of sky above the Big Dipper. Next, shown in orbit, Hubble is slewing to point at the southern skies in the direction of the constellation Tucana, near the south celestial pole. This is an artist’s conception, not a view from the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Source URL: http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/1998/41/
  • Credits: Greg Bacon, Space Telescope Science Institute

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