"Hubba, Hubba, Hubble..."
Now that you have learned the lessons of Hubble, enjoy this crossword puzzle -- a fun end to a fascinating topic. How much can you remember? Don't forget, you can always browse the Table of Contents if you have trouble.
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When you finish playing, we also recommend checking out The Space Shuttle Puzzle Page, where you can piece together a jigsaw puzzle picture of the Shuttle lifting off.
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|3 What hit Jupiter in 1994||1 Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial Replacement|
|4 Researches dark matter||2 Largest moon of Saturn|
|6 National Aeronautics and Space Administration||5 Edwin P.|
|7 Light can't escape from this||6 Cloud of dust and gas|
|9 Variable star||8 Wide Field Planetary Camera|
|11 M100 is one||9 Spacecraft to explore Titan|
|12 Hubble Space Telescope||10 Matter that does not shine|
|14 Our home galaxy||13 Colliding galaxy|
|17 Protoplanetary system shape||15 Shoemaker-____ 9|
|18 Exploding star||16 Clusters surrounding our galaxy|