ann1614 — Announcement

October issue of ESA/Hubble Science Newsletter now available

Technical and operational news from the Hubble Space Telescope

12 October 2016

The October issue of the ESA/Hubble Science Newsletter is now available, bringing the latest news on the upcoming conference “Science With the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescopes V”, as well as the highlights from the time allocation committee meeting for cycle 24. David Sing from the University of Exeter UK, is also presenting an article on Hubble’s panchromatic exoplanet legacy.

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Mathias Jäger
ESA/Hubble, Public Information Officer
Garching, Germany
Cell: +49 176 62397500
E-mail: mjaeger@partner.eso.org

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