Live From The
Hubble Space Telescope
An Abridged/Guided Tour
NASA's Live From the Hubble Space Telescope (LHST) project
brings information straight to your computer screen at
the Hubble Space Telescope Web Site. This site has so much great stuff, we
wanted to take you on a quick spin, to make newcomers aware of all
that's here. So we have created an abridged version of what
you can see at the "real" site. This tour was designed to take 10-15 minutes.
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Navigation is easy. To go to the next stop on your Guided Tour, just press the "NextStop" link. To go back to the last stop you saw, press the "AlreadyBeenThere" link. These links are located at the top and bottom of the following pages.
If you would like to start your tour over or read this help information again, press the "GoBackToStart" link. The link entitled "GoToRealPage" is for those of you who cannot wait until the end of the tour to start exploring the LHST Web Site. This link will take you directly to the LHST web page most closely related to what you were checking out when you pressed it. For example: if you were checking out a cool picture of Jupiter in the Guided Tour and you want to see NASA's full collection of LHST-related pictures and you pressed the "GoToRealPage" link, you would be whisked away to the LHST Gallery.
Be forewarned: leaving the Virtual Tour by using "RealPage" leaves you with no link to return back to the tour.
Shall we start?
This page was created by Tobin Snell and Josh Parker, seniors at Palo Alto High School in California.