NASA launched a site that will show you what image the Hubble telescope captured on your birthday.
Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and NASA now has a photo related to each day of the year. Now it doesn’t give you the picture that happened on your actual day of birth it just gives you a picture that was taken on one of your birthdays.
Each photo is so different some people get a dark abys and others get brightly colored stars!
Then NASA wants you to share the results with your friends on social media using #Hubble30.
Head HERE to enter your birth month and year and find out what the sky looked like.
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