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Expanding Universe. The Hubble Space Telescope

40Edition: Multilingual (English, French, German)Availability: In Stock
For over thirty years, the Hubble Telescope has gifted us with a kaleidoscope of celestial marvels. The latest addition to this legacy–a series of 30 new images, accompanied by expert insights–is a testament to the ongoing saga of discovery, guiding us into the depths of space for a richer cosmic understanding.
Hardcover with fold-outs11.4 x 11.4 in.5.09 lb260 pages
“A magnificent selection of pictures taken by cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope… The pictures are processed and displayed with great care, with colors and contrast adjusted to make the scenes as truthful and vivid as possible.”
Freeman Dyson
Expanding Universe. The Hubble Space Telescope

Expanding Universe. The Hubble Space Telescope


Time, Space, and a Telescope

Hubble’s most magnificent images

With investigations into everything from black holes to exoplanets, the Hubble Telescope has changed not only the face of astronomy but also our very sense of being in the universe. On the 30th anniversary of its launch into low-earth orbit, this updated edition of Expanding Universe presents 30 brand new images, unveiling more hidden gems from the Hubble’s archives.

Ultra-high resolution and taken with almost no background light, these pictures have answered some of the most compelling questions of time and space while also revealing new mysteries, like the strange “dark energy” that sees the universe expanding at an ever-accelerating rate.

The collection is accompanied by an essay from photography critic Owen Edwards and an interview with Zoltan Levay, who explains how the pictures are composed. Veteran Hubble astronauts Charles F. Bolden, Jr. and John Mace Grunsfeld also offer their insights on Hubble’s legacy and future space exploration.
The contributing authors

Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Major General, USMC (Ret.), is a former Administrator of NASA, where he oversaw the completion of the International Space Station. He spent 14 years as a member of NASA’s Astronaut Corps, and commanded and piloted the Space Shuttle Discovery on STS-31, which launched the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit.

John Mace Grunsfeld, PhD, is an astrophysicist and a NASA astronaut. He has flown five times on the Space Shuttle, including three Hubble servicing missions. He has served as the Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate, the NASA Chief Scientist, and as the Deputy Director of the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Owen Edwards has written about photography for more than 30 years for numerous publications including American Photographer, New York Times Magazine, and Smithsonian.

Zoltan Levay is a retired principle science visuals developer at the Space Telescope Science Institute, where he worked with astronomers and communicators worldwide to publicize science results from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

Expanding Universe. The Hubble Space Telescope
Hardcover with fold-outs29 x 29 cm2.31 kg260 pages

ISBN 978-3-8365-8363-3

Edition: Multilingual (English, French, German)
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31 Ratings

A must have

Fabio,November 9, 2021
Any word is insignificant in the presence of such breath-taking giant book.

The space between you and the universe

Marco,November 1, 2021
This is a stunning book with crystal clear images, high quality textured paper, an embossed hardback cover and a universe that literally expands - there are lots of fold out pages with panoramic images of nebulae and galaxies. Anyone who likes space, astrophotography and is a fan of the Hubble Space Telescope will surely love this book. I litteraly love this book, highly recommended.


Andrea,October 31, 2021
Great book. I recommend the purchase


Nuno,October 30, 2021
A compilation of photos that amazes us from beginning to end.


Florent,October 29, 2021
Les beautés du Cosmos, à couper le souffle. Magnifique recueil des plus belles images prises par Hubble