Since launching in 1990, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has undertaken the study of topics no less ambitious than the formation of planets and the age of the universe—which means its successor practically has to snap a picture of God to make it out from under the Hubble’s shadow. Unsurprisingly, NASA is throwing many millions of [...]
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