The Hubble Space Telescope has been orbiting the universe since 2004.
But the mission was never quite able to capture a single image.
The spacecraft, with a price tag of $1.5 billion, has made one crucial discovery: the most powerful object ever seen.
The Hubble Telescope is a telescope that can focus a beam of light onto a tiny speck of dust, and it has done so for the first time ever.
For decades, astronomers have known that galaxies and clusters of galaxies contain massive, black holes.
But it’s unclear how much black holes lurk inside galaxies, and where they might be.
This is because our understanding of how galaxies form and evolve is limited.
For example, astronomers are still trying to figure out how galaxies, in the process of forming, merge with each other and become massive stars.
Now, astronomers know that there are other possible forms of merging.
The most popular theory is that black holes form when a star collapses, producing an immense gravitational field that pulls matter together, forming a black hole.
Astronomers think that the process could also involve gravitational waves.
This means that the merger of black holes could reveal information about how stars and galaxies form.
If a black-hole merger is detected, the results could reveal the shape and evolution of galaxies and black holes in a very precise way.
But there are two major hurdles to overcome.
One is the Hubble’s sensitivity.
In order to see a blackhole merger, astronomers must have a powerful telescope.
But even a $1 billion telescope can only see so much light.
A more sensitive telescope, such as the Subaru Telescope in Chile, can see many times more light.
And astronomers have to calibrate the telescope.
So far, there is no way to do this.
“We have to have the right sensitivity,” says Daniel P. Gaffney, an astronomer at the University of Chicago who studies gravitational waves at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.
To be able to see the merger, the telescope would have to be so powerful that the gravitational wave detection would have an impact on the universe itself.
“If it can be done, then we should have something,” Gaffneys said.
Astronomer’s dream One possibility is that the most important black-holes in galaxies are the ones that form stars and emit gravitational waves that can be used to study the formation of galaxies.
That would be exciting.
But if astronomers could observe the merger in a more detailed way, the impact on gravity waves could be less dramatic.
That’s because the gravitational waves would be smaller than the black hole merger.
Astronomy will need a more powerful telescope in order to study black holes at this level, which is one reason why astronomers have been hesitant to try the same thing with a much more powerful lens.
Astronomically speaking, astronomers say that the Hubble telescope is just one piece of a much larger puzzle.
There is no one piece that fits all the pieces, and the pieces are all different.
So, in order for astronomers to be able tell how galaxies evolve and how stars form, they will need to find the other pieces.
“One of the things that we really do want to be sure of is that this is a real black hole, and that this merger is really a black star merger, which would be an important piece in our understanding,” Gabbney said.
In fact, the two most prominent theories for how galaxies and stars form are called “redshift” and “dwarf galaxy”.
Dwarf galaxies are believed to form when stars merge into larger objects.
The merging of these larger objects eventually produces massive stars, and then there is a period of star formation.
Redshift and dwarf galaxy theories are not mutually exclusive.
But because of the different kinds of black-star merger theories, the black-dwarfs can’t form stars that can then be studied.
But astronomers can only look at the merger at this stage in the evolution of stars, which means the merger cannot be directly observed.
“The two biggest problems in the field are the sensitivity of the telescope, and also the cost of the instrument,” says Peter J. Beyer, an astrophysicist at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
If astronomers could detect a merger, they could get a much better idea of the properties of stars and how they form, he says.
“In this way, it would give us a much bigger window into the evolution and evolution process,” Beyer says.
Astronomical astronomers are also looking into the potential for using the Hubble to study dark matter.
“Astronomers have seen dark matter as a potential explanation for the structure of galaxies,” Beyers says.
But dark matter is so far unconfirmed, and there is so much more to learn about dark matter, he adds.
“It is going to be very difficult to actually detect a dark matter object.
And if we could detect it, it could be a very