NASA Tool Shows The Space Photo Agency Took On Your Birthday

Apr 5, 2020 6:00 PM ET

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has already added many achievements in its diary. Among them is NASA’s Hubble Telescope that you all must have heard about. NASA’s Hubble Telescope was launched into the orbit by the space agency in 1990. It is one of the largest telescopes that has been launched by the space agency.

On 24th April, NASA’s Hubble Telescope will turn 30. The officials at the agency planned for various celebrations, but because of Coronavirus pandemic, everything had to be canceled and many things were scheduled.

If you are Space Maniac, then you should not worry about as we have found a different and unique way for you to celebrate the Hubble Telescope’s anniversary and that can be done while you are sitting at your home.

The space agency, NASA, has released a nifty tool that is competent in picking up photographs the telescope captured on specific days. The Hubble Telescope works for 24 hours a week and has captured many amazing space moments so far. So it very likely that you will find a photo that it took on your birth date.

Just click on the drop-down option and select your birth date. The website would show the image this telescope took on your birthday.

Content Marketing, Wire, English