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The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. On this occasion, NASA released recently processed images of the telescope.

The published photos of outer space were taken by the Hubble telescope during various stages of its work. They were used by scientists, but NASA has just published them.

All images of space objects are included in the Caldwell catalog. This means they are bright enough to be observed by amateur astronomers as well.

In the 1980s, an English astronomer named Sir Patrick Caldwell-Moore created a photo album in order to highlight “cosmic wonders” for amateur astronomers. He named it the Caldwell Catalog and was inspired by that of the French Charles Messier made catalog during the 18th century.

While the catalog of the French astronomer Messier is limited to celestial objects that are visible from the northern hemisphere, Caldwell’s catalogue spans the entire sky.

NASA has now revealed dozens of these never-before-seen images processed by the Hubble Space Telescope.

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