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28 August 1998 NASA'a Next-Generation Space Telescope visiting a time when galaxies were young
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With the discovery of galaxies that existed when the universe was very young, of planets not in our own solar system, and with the tantalizing evidence that he conditions for life may have existed within our solar system on planets or moons outside of the earth system, the pat year has seen an explosion of interest in astronomy. In particular, a new era of exploration and understanding seems imminent, where the connection between the existence for the conditions of life will be connected to the origin of galaxies, stars and planets within the Universe. Who knows where this quest for knowledge will take us.
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Bernard D. Seery and Eric H. Smith "NASA'a Next-Generation Space Telescope visiting a time when galaxies were young", Proc. SPIE 3356, Space Telescopes and Instruments V, (28 August 1998);


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