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SPACE TELESCOPE, c1991.
Graphic showing how light enters the Faint Object Camera (FOC) on the Hubble Space Telescope. Illustration by Dana Berry for the Space Telescope Science Institute, c1991.
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STAR: BETELGEUSE, 1995.
The red supergiant Betelgeuse photographed in ultraviolet light by the Faint Object Camera of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, 3 March 1995. The diagram at right shows its position as the left shoulder of the constellation Orion, and the scale at lower left contrasts its size with the size of the Earth's and Jupiter's orbit.
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PLUTO, 1990.
Left: Ground-based photograph of Pluto and its moon, Charon, taken by the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope in Hawaii. Right: Photo taken by the Hubble Space Telescope's Faint Object Camera. The diagram at bottom shows Charon's orbit around Pluto. Photographs, 1990.
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PLUTO: HUBBLE VIEW, 1996.
View of Pluto photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope's Faint Object Camera, 1996.
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SPACE: EINSTEIN CROSS.
A view of the Einstein Cross, a quasar in the constellation Pegasus that appears in a cross-like pattern around the galaxy Huchra's Lens, owing to the gravitational lensing effect of the galaxy on the light from the more distant quasar. Photographed by the Faint Object Camera of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, 13 September 1990.
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SPACE: STAR CLUSTERS, 1990.
Series of images of the star cluster R136 in the 30 Doradus nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The photos demonstrate the power of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Faint Object Camera and computer-processing techniques. Top: Taken at f/96 and then processed. Bottom: A closer view taken at f/288 and then processed, 1990.
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PLUTO: SURFACE, 1994.
Image-based surface map of Pluto, assembled from images and data collected by the Hubble Space Telescope's Faint Object Camera, 1994.
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GALAXY: NGC 1068, 1994.
Two photographs taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope of Galaxy NGC 1068. At left: Photograph taken without the COSTAR (Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial Replacement). At right, a much clearer image taken with COSTAR, 1994.