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The Beauty of Space Photography

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Astrophysics Research Scientist Dr. Emily Rice, Hubble Image Processor Zolt Levay, and Astronomer David W. Hogg discuss the mix of technology, data, and inspiration that we use to make images of space come to life. From PBS Off Book, this is The Beauty of Space Photography.

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There are quite a few excellent Hubble-related videos in the archives. Watch those next.

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