Hubble Space Telescope / ESA PRO 8:53am, 4 March 2015
What does Hubble mean to you? For society? How has it inspired you?

The ESA/Hubble Ode to Hubble competition lets anyone inspired by Hubble express their feelings or share their ideas in a creative and innovative way and is your chance to join us in celebrating the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s 25th anniversary!

As long as it can be uploaded as a YouTube, Vine and Instagram video less than three minutes long you can submit anything. Pan over a drawing, scroll over a poem or text, film your own Hubblecast, film yourself performing or talking about a Hubble topic, create an animation or compose a piece of music and upload it as a video piece. Just make it innovative, creative and, most of all, inspired by Hubble, or one of its great discoveries or images.

The two winners will receive the once-in-a-lifetime prize of a section of Hubble’s solar array mounted in perspex. These little pieces of Hubble are part of the huge solar arrays that spent 3 years orbiting the Earth, giving Hubble its power, until they were replaced in 1993.

Don’t miss your chance to get involved! The competition is open to entries until 12 March 2015.

For more information see our webpage:
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