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NSTA Science Update: Hubble's 30th Anniversary, April 29, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa
01:07:22
Hello everyone!
Adam T
01:07:24
listening while driving.
Andrew Voss
01:07:31
hi
wendy binder
01:10:35
Beautiful!
Mildred Torres
01:10:54
si es hermoso
Andrew Voss
01:10:55
WOW
cdlester
01:11:01
Truly amazing
Amanda Robin
01:11:05
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=SQTpMYwXwTw_EFrom Lakshmi Nayak to Everyone: (06:56 PM)
Laurel Harrison
01:11:14
Magical!
francisco.renion
01:11:17
The music is so fitting to the images from Hubble
Ashley Klaiss
01:11:27
I love the pics they put in here
Nilkemanes Vazquez
01:11:35
It is so beautiful!!
Amy Gilbert
01:11:41
this is a great collection
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:11:53
Welcome everyone - you are listening to Hubble's Wonders, by Leia Sofia Mendez...the music tells the story arc of the Hubble Space telescope mission
Clare Thompson
01:12:42
Is that the link to it above?
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:12:44
Hello from Istanbul, Turkey
Andrew Voss
01:12:53
j
Clare Thompson
01:12:53
from Amanda?
Wendy Agnew
01:13:21
Hello from Brisbane Australia!
Dr. Ragini Tripathi
01:13:25
hello from India
Judie Beccaro
01:13:29
HI! From Georgia, USA!
Thomas.Cote
01:13:49
Hello from Macon, Georgia
anastasiajin
01:13:50
Hi from Shanghai
Melissa
01:14:12
Hello from Illinois, USA
Susan
01:14:13
FROM NASA https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/what-did-hubble-see-on-your-birthday
Christopher Mick
01:14:14
greetings from Hudson, WI.
Andrew LaFavers (andrewl@dbu.edu)
01:14:17
Beautiful images. Hello from Dallas, Texas!
ABraun
01:14:23
Hello from North Carolina, USA!
J A
01:14:32
Great images and music
Neilssen
01:14:32
Hola from Goodyear, AZ.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:14:33
Welcome everyone from all around the world...you are listening to Hubble's Wonders, from American composer Leia Sofia Mendez, University of Delaware
jim oleary
01:14:44
John Williams can now retire. He has a worthy successor.
Sean
01:14:52
hello from Detroit
Coleen Walker
01:15:17
beautiful!
Katherine Slomer
01:15:28
Hello from Baltimore
Adam T
01:15:29
181 participants
Mrs. McIntire
01:15:41
Encore!!!
Ron Schmit
01:15:43
Hail Hubble!!
Ty Fredriks
01:15:46
BRAVO!!!!
Kate Soriano
01:15:50
Wonderful!
J A
01:15:51
Bravo
Trish Shelton
01:16:10
Beautiful!
Don Boonstra
01:16:51
This is Flavio’s daughter.
Christine Royce
01:16:57
Flavio -- you daughter is very talented!!!
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:17:09
Wonderful STEAM aspect to this webinar. Thank you for the presentation.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:17:47
Thanks Christine! - Glad you liked the piece
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:17:57
That is a great slide Max
wendy binder
01:18:27
beautiful music piece Flavio--
chris herald
01:19:14
Flavio, What a talented daughter!
Adam T
01:20:15
I wanted to ask about the Early Hubble problem
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:20:22
Amazing work by thousands of people collaborating
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:20:45
All the servicing missions were planned from the beginning of the mission
Adam T
01:21:39
Max on Twitter @maxmutchler
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:22:11
Above the Earth atmosphere - best location for astronomy
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:22:52
Space Telescope Science Institute on the campus of Johns Hopkins
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:24
Icon of modern science = Hubble Space Telescope
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:40
That's great Max - congratulations!
Eva Young
01:26:03
Beautiful!
larasalinas
01:26:09
WOW
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:26:13
Amazing...if we had infrared eyes!
Briana Garcia
01:26:16
wow!!
Neilssen
01:26:25
Thank you for the comparison.
Malcolm Pringle
01:26:27
Are they in, or behind, the cluster?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:26:53
The power of using differently tuned instruments to expand data.
hbazan
01:26:59
Are aliens real?
Ron Schmit
01:27:05
When will the 30th Anniversary image be released? 
Coleen Walker
01:27:09
I was surprised that there were not more colors within the nebula. Why is that?
Jemon Mamar
01:27:15
What will happen to the Hubble once the Webb becomes operational?
Wendy Agnew
01:27:24
How many mirrors does the Hubble Telescope have?
cdlester
01:27:37
How long does it take for an image to get back to earth?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:27:39
2 mirrors Wendy
Ty Fredriks
01:27:41
How did the initial problems with the Hubble mirror change your mission goals, both in the short term and over the last three decades?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:28:50
we have a couple of additional question segments
Ron Schmit
01:29:02
Will Webb be operated from the Space Telescope Science Institute?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:29:10
Yes Ron
Ashley Klaiss
01:29:28
How are Hubble, Webb, and FIRST different frome each other?
Wendy Agnew
01:29:33
Thank you! My 7 and 9 year olds are enjoying this presentation along with me. Great info for aspiring astrophycisists!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:30:12
Fantastic Wendy
Anjana Tihaiya
01:30:16
My daughter is also enjoying the presentation . she is 11years old. thankyou
lfoster
01:30:24
My entire family is finding this so interesting.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:30:37
Excellent LFoster
Gabriela
01:31:05
Outer space is so fascinating
MELANIE.BOYD
01:31:13
My grand daughter is also watching and loving this! Next scientists or astronauts in the future!
Laurel Harrison
01:31:23
Is there a place where teachers can purchase some of these images for the classroom?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:31:38
I LOVE that everyone in your location shares in these wonders (children especially).
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:31:40
They are free at hubblesite.org
Ron Schmit
01:31:45
Do you have a GIF of that M51 image?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:31:53
Our tax dollars at work!
Laurel Harrison
01:32:05
Great to know!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:32:15
Hi Ron - please check the collection that has the slides
gmcneil
01:32:16
will i be able to show this recording to my students
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:32:27
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=SQTpMYwXwTw_E
Melissa
01:32:45
Are the colors real or interpreted by you as you clean up an image?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:32:46
Absolutely GMCneil
hbazan
01:33:19
Is there a specific reason the whirlpool looks like a hurricane
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:34:21
What is Hubble's most recent image?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:34:32
Happens to be a spiral galaxy
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:34:47
Calibration key. Not a point and shoot. ;)
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:34:55
Emine - HST has been observing a comet...Max will show some of the images
Adam T
01:35:05
Fascinating lecture about fixing Hubble https://youtu.be/Zmv8HWc3Dv0
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:35:20
Thanks Adam for sharing
zzacha
01:35:51
How much longer would you estimate Hubble will be operational for?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:35:56
WOW!
Adam T
01:35:56
I love how the colors are assigned
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:36:04
Thanks Flavio!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:36:18
ZZacha - it was supposed to last 15 years
Christopher Mick
01:36:22
beautiful image.
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:36:32
Enthralling 30th Anniversary Image Founded on Real Data!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:36:41
Cosmic Reef!
wendy binder
01:36:57
yes it is Flavio!
Ron Schmit
01:37:02
Is there more than one version of the Hubble Palette?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:37:09
solar wind it is eroding the space around it
Adam T
01:37:13
Seems like it would take weeks to make these images
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:37:28
Massive stars live fast, dye young
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:37:32
die
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:37:45
deep field, Nebula
Amy Texley
01:37:53
The name of this again is what?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:37:58
Cool!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:38:11
Get ready for this!
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:38:11
Poetic description of the solar winds structures in the image. Students need to know that being a scientist does not mean giving up the arts as the creativity is so very important, however that may manifest at a given time.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:38:28
Agreed Wendi!
wendy binder
01:38:31
Great point Wendi
Adam T
01:38:46
"Deep Field Nebula" great name for a band!
Aisha Lawton
01:38:52
That is amazing
Susan Bennett
01:38:53
Please post the link for the visualization.
Clare Thompson
01:39:01
yes about the art! And why do we think it is beautiful? What is beauty?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:39:07
Link to visualization is in the collection
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:39:17
Not a dreamscape! Ahhhh,
Ashley Klaiss
01:39:34
This is so cool!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:39:38
Collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=SQTpMYwXwTw_E
Coleen Walker
01:39:49
How old is the star that is approaching the end of its life?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:39:56
We are made of star stuff! - some say!
Morgan Caswell (Temple U dept of physics)
01:40:12
it depends on the size and temperature of the Star
Morgan Caswell (Temple U dept of physics)
01:40:43
there’s various outcomes for stars at the end of their lives that also depend on the size and temp of the Star
Ron Schmit
01:40:53
Is there more than one version of the Hubble Palette?
Adam
01:41:32
hi
Melissa
01:41:57
Is our sun considered a smaller star?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:42:44
hubblesite.org
ABraun
01:43:28
I have studied and taught biological sciences for ... ever ... this is a whole world I know very little about and it is fascinating!! Can't wait to share with my students! And so glad to have opportunitieslike this to learn new things :)
ALEXANDRA WAKELY
01:43:41
Wow, what a resource
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:43:58
Excellent ABraun
Cortney Salvucci Kingsley
01:43:59
so our star won't turn into a black hole?
Adam
01:44:15
Agreed ABraun. So cool
Kylie Simmons
01:44:42
will there be a certificate given for attending this seminar?
Morgan Caswell (Temple U dept of physics)
01:45:09
no our sun is not massive enough to create a black hole. based on the mass of our sun, the radius of the black hole it could become is about 4”, which would evaporate quickly
Christine Royce
01:45:10
Kylie -- you can obtain a certificate - but you must stay and fill out the evaluation form at the end to get one.
Jemon Mamar
01:45:26
can u share a link for this?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:45:31
Thanks Morgan
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:45:53
Jemon - the slides are in the colection
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:45:55
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=SQTpMYwXwTw_E
Jemon Mamar
01:46:21
I mean for interstellar visitors
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:46:27
Comet Borisov
Cortney Salvucci Kingsley
01:46:50
how long do these things stay in our solar system? months years?
zzacha
01:47:07
How big were these interstellar visitors?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:47:20
Here is a link https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2019/interstellar-comet-2iborisov-swings-past-sun
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:48:15
More questions than answers sometimes...
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:49:09
Beautiful artist impression of the comet
Adam
01:49:15
What were the speed of these two objects?
Ron Schmit
01:49:44
Comets are like cats: they both have tails and do whatever they want!
Don Boonstra
01:50:06
Boris was 110,000 mph
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:50:36
Awesome capabilities of Hubble
Adam
01:50:36
Oumuamua - 26.22 km/s
Adam
01:50:45
wow Don, Thanks!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:51:47
9-days old image
Melissa
01:52:49
Does Hubble stay in our solar system or leave and go closer to things it takes picture of?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:52:52
This story reminds me of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet that broke apart and crash onto Jupiter
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:53:03
I think it was 1994 (summer)
Christopher Mick
01:53:09
that’s just amazing to be able to see that happen in near real-time.
Zach Thompson
01:53:48
what is your favorite aspect of the 30th anniversary image?
Adam
01:54:24
Cannot wait for the WEBB - exoplanets baby!
Eunyeong Lee
01:54:33
Thank you!!
Jemon Mamar
01:54:37
thank you so much very informative
Christopher Mick
01:54:39
thank you. outstanding presentation.
wendy binder
01:54:41
Thank you so much!
Malcolm Pringle
01:54:44
Not only are we stardust, but our solar system formation was almost certainly triggered by supernova “explosion,” including material from that event. Has that kind of supernova, or a proto-planetary disk, been imaged by Hubble?
Coleen Walker
01:54:49
Thank yo so much!
ABraun
01:54:51
Thank you!
Eva Young
01:54:51
Thank you!
JLPERPERDC
01:54:52
THANKS
zzacha
01:54:53
Thank you, I appreciate it :)
Amy Texley
01:54:54
Thank you for an informative presentation!
Ty Fredriks
01:54:56
Do you have one or two favorite memories/experiences over your 30 years, Max?
Tracy Vassiliev
01:54:57
Thank you!
Amy Gilbert
01:54:57
great presentation, thank you!
Kent T
01:54:58
Thank you this was Spectacular
Ron Schmit
01:54:58
Max, were you watching as Hubble Service Mission #5 was flying away for the last time? What were your thoughts?
Dannah
01:54:59
Thank you Max. Wonderful!
francisco.renion
01:55:00
Thanks!
Anna Radef
01:55:01
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us!
Rachel Huffman
01:55:02
thank you!
atticrat
01:55:02
Thank you!
Mildred Torres
01:55:02
thanks
Zoubeida Dagher
01:55:03
Great presentation, thank you!
Adam
01:55:05
ARGGGG - this is too short! I could listen for hours
lfoster
01:55:12
Wonderful, thanks
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:55:13
Thank you for this evening!
Don Boonstra
01:55:17
Adam I agree.
Adam
01:55:17
Thank you MAX!
Gabriela
01:55:21
Thank you! Very interesting presentation!
maureen foelkl
01:55:25
Thank you. I learned so much!
Ryan L. Phillips
01:55:31
Thank you!
Fernanda Vasquez
01:55:31
Thank you! I hope to work for NASA one day, but for now I’ll do what I can as a junior in high school. Greetings from California, U.S.A!
wendy binder
01:55:50
Fernanda I hope you do!
Andrew LaFavers (andrewl@dbu.edu)
01:55:58
Thanks Max. Very good presentation. Dr. Andrew LaFavers Professor
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:56:00
Good luck Fernanda
chris herald
01:56:07
Thank you both for sharing! Amazing information.
zzacha
01:56:11
This was very inspiring to a high school student :)
Lori Pinson
01:56:12
Thank you Max and Flavio for an excellent, informative presentation! -Lori P
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:56:19
Check with NASA websites for college internships!
Ashley Klaiss
01:56:29
What is the differences between Hubble, Webb, and FIRST?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:56:29
HI Lori - great to see you! Say hi to Lee
Fernanda Vasquez
01:56:32
Thank you!
Melissa
01:56:34
This was wonderful, THANK YOU!!!!
wendy binder
01:56:40
zzacha- thank you for coming! glad you liked it!
Morgan Caswell (Temple U dept of physics)
01:56:52
Webb’s launch has been postponed several times. How are we sure that the mission is ready for 2021 launch?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:56:56
And consider double majoring in STEM topics to make your skills very robust. ;)
Marie Humphrey
01:56:58
Thank you
Ty Fredriks
01:57:01
Was it difficult to commit so much Hubble time for the Deep Field Image?
Tiffany Brand
01:57:07
thanks...this was so interesting...and beautiful images!
francisco.renion
01:57:12
If the Webb Telescope and WFIRST will be positioned 4 times from where Hubble is now, how will you control it?
Kent T
01:58:03
Thank you!
Adam
01:58:26
track Hubble's Orbit https://skyandtelescope.org/observing/interactive-sky-watching-tools/skyandtelescope-coms-satellite-tracker/#
wendy binder
01:58:42
tanks Adam
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:59:01
You’re Doing Great
jim oleary
01:59:02
How is Hubble's health? How long do you think it will survive? 20025? Later?
Ron Schmit
01:59:06
Max, were you watching as Hubble Service Mission #5 flew away from Hubble for the last time? What were your thoughts, at the time?
E. Sadıkoğlu
01:59:16
Thank You!
Jemon Mamar
01:59:28
So no more future servicing for Hubble?
wendy binder
01:59:32
E. nice to see you here again
MELANIE.BOYD
01:59:53
How long will they continue to service Hubble to keep it in action?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
01:59:59
Maybe you can comment upon multi-country initiatives to advance resources for space sciences...
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:00:10
Melanie - there are no more servicing missions planned for Hubble
wendy binder
02:00:49
That's a sci fi story waiting to be written- hubble out on its own
zzacha
02:02:06
If the Hubble was damaged, would a service mission be put in place to repair it or would it be left to live out the rest of its life?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
02:02:24
Thank you for highlightening that teams are very much partnerships for human capital as well as financial investments. Exciting!
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
02:02:39
highlighting ;)
nancypeters
02:02:55
Thanks!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:03:59
Hubble Deep Field
Adam
02:04:01
you can see Hubble and the ISS from earth https://phys.org/news/2015-04-hubble-space-telescope-sky.html
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:04:07
check it out!
Ron Schmit
02:04:28
What's the latest status on the gyros?
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
02:04:28
And some of the researchers include high school and undergraduate researchers as well as graduate students /post docs in that research. So a note to look for those opportunities for students.
Coleen Walker
02:04:51
How long does it take for a picture from the telescope to get back to Earth?
Eunyeong Lee
02:05:03
This is so interesting! Thank you very much!
Kent T
02:05:06
What international countries has been most helpful to US in space exploration
Ashley Klaiss
02:05:12
Great presenatation!
zzacha
02:05:16
Thanks!
Eva Young
02:05:16
Thank you max!
jim oleary
02:05:19
Thanks, Max - well done.
bkelly
02:05:19
Thank you!
J A
02:05:22
Thank you Max!
E. Sadıkoğlu
02:05:24
Thank You So Much! This was an amazing webinar.
rifati handayani
02:05:25
thanks
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:05:27
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=SQTpMYwXwTw_E
Susan Bennett
02:05:27
Thanks!!
MELANIE.BOYD
02:05:29
so interesting!
Heidi Pedersen
02:05:30
Thank you!
Adam
02:05:36
Awesome. Check out the web seminarl with Max a year ago - Feb 2019 I think
Laurel Harrison
02:05:36
Fascinating
Wendy Agnew
02:05:41
Thank you!
cdlester
02:05:49
Thank you! This was fascinating
Melissa Sleeper
02:05:50
Thank you! Great information!
Wendi J W Williams / South Texas College
02:05:58
Thanks to presenter, facilitator, composer and participants. I enjoyed learning from you all.
mariapiascotto
02:05:58
Thank you!
Dorothea’s iPad
02:06:10
Awesome presentation. Thanks so much.
Neilssen
02:06:36
Thank you. The images and information were presented in an engaing manner.
Marcia Mintun
02:06:49
I have been fascinated by the Hubble for as long as I can remember! Thanks!!!
Alyssa Gaona
02:06:52
Thank you so much, this was a wonderful presentation!
Anna Radef
02:06:59
Thank you NSTA for all of the teacher support.
J A
02:07:15
Thanks NSTA