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  • Ariana Britton

    So the Hubble Telescope found Sauron... Well, guess we need to find that Ring.

  • Katherine Tomlinson

    Like an eye in the sky Taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is the most detailed visible-light image ever taken of a narrow, dusty ring around the nearby star Fomalhaut (HD 216956). The image offers the strongest evidence yet that an unruly and unseen planet may be gravitationally tugging on the ring. The left part of the ring is outside the telescope's view. Hubble unequivocally shows that the centre of the ring is a whopping 1.4 billion miles (15 astronomical units) away from the star.

  • Allison Hotz

    Image Search Results for nasa hubble images. Eye of Sauron?

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