Hubble's Twitter Profile Analysis @nasahubble on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 14/05/2020 to 20/11/2020.

Hubble

 @NASAHubble

The official Twitter account for the NASA Hubble Space Telescope, managed and operated by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

5,919 tweets
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970 favourites
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2008 since
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1 - @airandspace
1 - @NASAGoddard
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Top Tweets by @nasahubble top tweets by Hubble

Hubble
@NASAHubble
What did Hubble see on your birthday? 🎂🎈 Today is the birthday of our namesake, Edwin Hubble! Take a look at what Hubble saw on November 20. Pictured here, Arp 148 is the aftermath of an encounter between two galaxies. Find your Hubble image here: https://t.co/v1u0dzgnos https://t.co/nvK88ajn4T
20 Nov, 2020 - 08:03 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
Happy birthday, Edwin Hubble! 🎉 Our namesake made groundbreaking discoveries in the field of astronomy, just as the telescope named for him has done over the past 30 years. In this video, learn more about the Hubble Space Telescope’s voyage of discovery. https://t.co/HQA7Vsn1PF
20 Nov, 2020 - 05:16 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
It's Friday! To kick off the weekend, here’s a Hubble image of the galaxy UGC 12588. Though classified as a spiral galaxy, its arms are faint – the clearest view of them comes from the blue stars sprinkled around the galaxy’s edges: https://t.co/SuypRQESIj #HubbleFriday https://t.co/9zRya5R0D0
20 Nov, 2020 - 03:04 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
Bright rays and dark shadows are seen beaming out of the center of galaxy IC 5063, located 156 million light-years away. Astronomers suggest that a ring of dusty material surrounding the black hole at the galaxy’s core may be casting its shadow into space: https://t.co/Asgts0Mxt3 https://t.co/LqJUu1x3uv
19 Nov, 2020 - 03:14 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
Let's check in with the largest planet in our solar system for this week’s #HubbleTrivia! What has Hubble helped reveal about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot? 🤔 (The video in the thread has the answer!)
18 Nov, 2020 - 03:05 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
This stunning #HubbleClassic features galaxy M106 and its unusual set of spiral arms. It's a collaboration between Hubble and amateur astronomers, combining observations from Hubble and from astrophotographers on the ground: https://t.co/RvSbNcP9lH https://t.co/fvas3QIn6H
17 Nov, 2020 - 03:03 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
Cluster Abell 370 is 4 billion light-years away, and home to hundreds of galaxies! Thanks to data sonification, we can conceptualize this image through the sense of sound (brightness = volume, position = frequency). More: https://t.co/sz1bbRsxxR Credit: @system_sounds https://t.co/EFq6vFPEq8
16 Nov, 2020 - 06:06 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
Here’s to the successful and historic launch of @NASA’s @SpaceX Crew-1 to the @Space_Station! 🚀 The Hubble team remembers the excitement of shuttle launches to service the telescope, and we hope Crew-1’s mission is just as full of wonder and discovery. #LaunchAmerica https://t.co/5X4Tesfdgp
16 Nov, 2020 - 12:36 AM UTC
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@NASAHubble
In this #HubbleFriday image, the galaxy LRG-3-817 appears as a long arc, left of the central galaxy cluster. It looks warped due to gravitational lensing, which happens when a huge distribution of matter sits between Earth and a distant source of light: https://t.co/gN2zBRVJuU https://t.co/rb1hK1Z1xi
13 Nov, 2020 - 03:02 PM UTC
Hubble
@NASAHubble
Here’s a beautiful cosmic jewel for you, courtesy of @chandraxray and Hubble! The planetary nebula IC 4593 is located 7,800 light-years away. This image combines visible-light data from Hubble (pink and green) and Chandra X-ray observations (purple): https://t.co/BTRzATKDJZ https://t.co/ffxsVDTuwV
12 Nov, 2020 - 10:06 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
Earlier this year, Hubble detected something strange in the aftermath of a collision between neutron stars. These burned-out stars may have merged to form a magnetar (a massive neutron star with a very powerful magnetic field), as shown in this animation: https://t.co/TOBXdsNW29 https://t.co/H31CteohAq
12 Nov, 2020 - 03:31 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
This #VeteransDay, we honor those who served and we recognize the many veterans who have supported the Hubble mission, from astronauts who serviced the telescope in space to our team on the ground. Pictured here is Col. Michael Good on the final servicing mission to Hubble. https://t.co/9l34huGt9E
11 Nov, 2020 - 03:03 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
#HubbleClassic This time-lapse sequence of Hubble images shows Comet ISON moving against a backdrop of stars in May 2013, as it was hurtling toward the Sun at 48,000 miles per hour. The comet broke apart as it passed near the Sun in November that year: https://t.co/whlpqKYLW8 https://t.co/RLA6wAqCOH
10 Nov, 2020 - 07:56 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
For this week’s #HubbleTrivia, let’s explore one of Hubble’s most iconic subjects! 25 years ago, Hubble first viewed towering pillars in the Eagle Nebula, located 6,500 light-years away. What are forming in the Eagle Nebula’s "Pillars of Creation"? The video has the answer! ⬇️
10 Nov, 2020 - 03:04 PM UTC
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@NASAHubble
The Helix Nebula is 655 light-years away, and 3 light-years across! In this sonification, red is assigned lower pitches and blue higher pitches. While there’s no sound in space, this helps us conceptualize data in an auditory way: https://t.co/LA9fOW0XqD Credit: @system_sounds https://t.co/WYZu23oRyO
09 Nov, 2020 - 03:03 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @nasahubble top retweets by Hubble

NASA History Office
@NASAhistory
Happy #birthday to astronomer Edwin Hubble, born #OTD in 1889. Hubble proved that the universe contains multiple galaxies, rather than just the Milky Way. He's the namesake of @NASAHubble! Learn more about his life here: https://t.co/RoxotLaSyF https://t.co/iT4iLtgmtf
20 Nov, 2020 - 09:57 PM UTC
NASA Universe
@NASAUniverse
It wouldn’t be Halloween without treats! 🍬 @NASAHubble spotted this piece of cosmic candy, which is actually the outer layers of a dying Sun-like star. Read more here: https://t.co/wvNFsZmogo #NASAHalloween https://t.co/POx03xfU3v
29 Oct, 2020 - 04:00 PM UTC
NASA Universe
@NASAUniverse
The universe has bats in the attic! 🦇 @NASAHubble spotted the shadow of a giant cosmic bat. Disks of gas and dust surround newborn stars like the one at the center of the bat. Studying the shadows they cast can clue us in to the disk’s size and density. https://t.co/wziDT5Hb3B https://t.co/6k9NAOQxgL
27 Oct, 2020 - 04:00 PM UTC
NASA Universe
@NASAUniverse
👁️ Sometimes when we look out into the shadowy depths of the cosmos, we find it looking right back! 🙀 @NASAHubble captured stunning detail in this spine-chilling cat’s eye here: https://t.co/07UuV1bvmu https://t.co/ibTkGdnmNB
12 Oct, 2020 - 08:15 PM UTC
NASA Earth
@NASAEarth
As @NASAHubble captured new images of storms on Jupiter, @NASA satellites are keeping an eye on an active Atlantic hurricane season. Hurricane #Sally, seen here, dropped up to 16 inches of rain in some areas as it made landfall. https://t.co/91dCMEOGaz https://t.co/j6sxBojaf2 https://t.co/HJjlknm04J
17 Sep, 2020 - 09:02 PM UTC
NASA Goddard
@NASAGoddard
The blue and orange stars of the faint galaxy named NGC 2188 sparkle in this image taken with @NASAHubble. NGC 2188 is estimated to be just half the size of our Milky Way, at 50,000 light-years across, and it is situated in the constellation of Columba. https://t.co/S0aVwc6kWR https://t.co/CotT5JI6ym
09 Sep, 2020 - 05:21 PM UTC
NASA History Office
@NASAhistory
Happy #WomensEqualityDay! Women have always been behind much of humanity's best work in science and engineering. At NASA, this is no different—pictured here is Nancy Grace Roman, NASA's first Chief Astronomer and an instrumental figure in creating @NASAHubble. https://t.co/DvLOGmWaW6
26 Aug, 2020 - 08:30 PM UTC
National Air and Space Museum
@airandspace
Today in 2007, @NASAHubble captured this rare edge-on view of the ring system of the planet Uranus. Astronomers on Earth can only see the rings' edge every 42 years due to the planet's 84 year orbit:https://t.co/hDMkFN6ZJe https://t.co/hexbGPfxnr
14 Aug, 2020 - 02:30 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Could you imagine being the sharpest galaxy in the cosmos? ✨✨ That honor currently goes to the Knife Edge galaxy seen in this image captured by @NASAHubble. This rare, edge-on view is like looking at the rim of a plate: https://t.co/zxicWnbj77 https://t.co/ulGGI1coak
03 Jul, 2020 - 09:05 PM UTC