These two images of strange galaxies are some of the first views from the revived Hubble Space Telescope taken on July 17, 2021 after science operations resumed following a month of work to resurrect the observatory from a computer glitch. At right: the three-armed spiral galaxy ARP-MADORE0002-503. Left: An interacting galaxy pair called ARP-MADORE2115-273.   (Image credit: Science: NASA, ESA, STScI, Julianne Dalcanton (UW) Image processing: Alyssa Pagan (STScI))

Hubble fans, rejoice. After more than a month with its camera eye closed, the famed Hubble Space Telescope  is snapping photos of the cosmos once more.

The iconic (and aging) space observatory resumed science operations Saturday (July 17) after weeks of slumber while NASA engineers scrambled to fix a computer glitch. That work paid off with this photo, which shows two of the first new images from Hubble since its computer woes began. 



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