NASA, the US government's space agency, made available photos and images of space generated from the Hubble space telescope. Internet users can see what capture was made on their birthday.
An very simple page was developed so that the user only has to put his month and birthday in this order.
When clicking to proceed, a new page is already generated with the image that the telescope captured on the informed day and month. The year may vary as the image bank does not have a photo for each day of the year of every year.
In addition to the image, the user also receives a brief description, in English, of what appears on the screen.
The Hubble space telescope is unmanned and launched in space on April 24, 1990. Close to completing its 30 years out of orbit, the equipment provided this surprise for everyone with access to the internet.
On Twitter, mention of Nasa rocked and users celebrated the clicks taken on their respective birthdays.
NASA released a tool that shows which part of the universe Hubble was photographing on his birthday. ME: oct, 28: Dust storm on Mars, length 930 miles diagonally. @NASAHubble https://t.co/TC0nKRZmHt pic.twitter.com/3dwdvLHTZc
– miche as fuck (@michele_heg) March 31, 2020
– Enfarda Gaitas (@aaaluci) March 31, 2020
the photo nasa took on my birthday I loved it so much pic.twitter.com/bEu6HygkJT
— victory ? loves ZENDAYA (@tearsforloki) March 31, 2020
– Pam (@teprecisoluanjo) March 31, 2020