Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble – a journey through time and space

06 March — 13 December, 2020

What Hubble does, is let us travel in time. Backwards. The speed of light is immense, but not infinite, so when we look far away, we also look back in time.

EXHIBITION

Fotografiska Stockholm, in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Department of Astronomy at Stockholm University, now present unique images taken by the legendary space telescope Hubble, in an exhibition with the same name. This gigantic camera, weighing more than eleven tons, now celebrates 30 years. During these three decades it has taught all of us more about space – and made science constantly keep searching for what powers there may be in our universe.

The significance of Hubble has been enormous – like a veil being lifted, allowing us to see many light years beyond what can be seen from Earth. Hubble’s impact can be likened to when Galileo, during the 16th century, lifted that first veil. When he managed to study the night-sky with a telescope, and could observe things never before seen, like the moons of Jupiter, says Göran Östlin, Professor of Astronomy at Stockholm University.

Enjoy our exhibition of Hubble in 3D

Schedule

Mar
06

Exhibition opens

Dec
13

Exhibition closes (extended)

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