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What? I had to read this a few times to understand what was going on but it's legit. NASA is a special look into what the Hubble Space Telescope took on the day you were born.

NASA is celebrating the Hubble Space Telescopes 30th anniversary in space with a treat for you.

I'm going to list the link below but this is how it works. I wanted to first say how embarrassing it is that I grew up in Houston, Texas with several visits to the Houston Space Station and barely remember. It's so crazy how you lose sight of some of the most important things in life when you're so young. My wife was just asking me about our Easter traditions and I was like, "huh?" It's funny how we all grow up in different spaces with opposite traditions. We did the majors like Christmas and Thanksgiving. There's nothing wrong with that because I had great memories but there's a group of others that were just okay. Just a little about me

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NASA was cool growing up and I wanted to be an astronaut at that young age. It was being a baseball player and astronaut in the beginning. Then I realized I couldn't hit the ball but could catch anything and the space part - no connection! I guess this news from NASA is a glimpse of what I'm missing and what we can all enjoy.

The Hubble Telescope took photos for 365 days and are letting you see what was taken on your birthday. I mean could we see a UFO? Look closely


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