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Hubble's Views of the Deep Universe


November 3, 2015
Location: Baltimore, Md. and Online

For two decades, the Hubble Space Telescope has pioneered the exploration of the distant universe with images known as the deep fields. These deep fields have given astronomers unprecedented access to understanding how galaxies form and develop over billions of years in the history of our universe; from shortly after the Big Bang to today. Join the Space Telescope Science Institute's Public Lecture Series for a retrospective view of Hubble’s contributions to the investigation of the deep reaches of the cosmos, and some fresh glimpses of what Hubble is currently doing to further our understanding of the most distant parts of the universe.

This lecture will be webcast live. The recorded webcast will also be available for viewing online the following day. To view the webcast, you may need to download and install software. See the web site listed below for details.

Further information and directions are available by calling 410-338-4700 or at

8 p.m. Nov. 3
Space Telescope Science Institute Auditorium
3700 San Martin Drive, Baltimore, Md., 21218
Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University

Admission is free and free parking is available in the lot across the street.

Public Lecture Series information and archive