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An archive of question/answer pairs of previously asked questions is being maintained. This archive is readily available.
The opportunity to send Email questions to the men and women of the Hubble team is no longer available. We are grateful to the HST folks for generously volunteering their time to support this service. This section describes some guidelines and procedures for the process.
Example - Index
A Kuiper-belt object striking Neptune
About Color Photographs
Absolute Space Reference
Age and Speed of The Universe
Altitude of HST Orbit
Example - Question & Answer
ANSWER from Jack Leibee on March 20, 1996:
Someone asked during the program the effect of solar cycles on HST. The answer is that as the solar activity increases, its effect is to slightly expand the earth's atmosphere. Since the HST is is just on the edge of the atmosphere, this expansion causes the HST
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