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Hubble WFPC2 gallery

The Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 has brought the world stunning views of the cosmos.
With ten years in space (and counting), the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 has returned a treasure-trove of great images. Although many of these have been burned into our consciences, others have flown below the public's radar. Here are some additional images that reveal just the tip of WFPC2's iceberg of results.The moonHubble doesn't spend all its time looking at the distant universe. Here it spies on the moon and one of its most spectacular craters, Copernicus (at upper right). This 58-mil...

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