HUBBLE Vision 2
HUBBLE Vision 2 is a fascinating tour of the cosmos from Earth orbit. Since its launch in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has provided incredible images in unprecedented detail to astronomers, and made an astonishing array of discoveries — from nearby objects in the solar system to the most distant galaxies at limits of the observable universe. We've taken the best and most exciting Hubble images and woven them into an engaging story of cosmic exploration, bringing the wonders of the universe to audiences everywhere. In this all-new production, major themes in current astronomy and cosmology are presented: new views of the planets; peeks into star birth nurseries; visions of star death in its many forms; explorations of star clusters and galaxies; and views of the universe when the earliest galaxies first shone. We catch glimpses of solar system objects, including the Moon and Venus; clouds on dusty Mars; Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9's crash into Jupiter; storms on Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune; and the faraway worlds of Pluto and Quaoar. Beyond the solar system, we explore protoplanetary disks in the Orion Nebula, and regions of star birth across the cosmos. We see breathtaking views of colliding galaxies; jets shooting from active galactic nuclei, powered by super massive black holes; the eerie effects of gravitational lenses; and deep-field views of the most distant galaxies ever seen. Bring the Space Telescope's exciting discoveries to audiences of all ages.