Hubble Spots Galaxy Only 12 Million Miles Away!

Reader note: "Among the short features being repeated this morning on NASA TV is a brief story about NASA's 50th anniversary logo which incorporates a picture taken by the Hubble Space Telescope of "a galaxy 12 million miles away." That's a little too close for comfort."

Editor's note: I am sure glad NASA is going to go fix Hubble so we know about more things like this. A galaxy that close - Who knew! Thank you Hubble Space Telescope!

Reader update: "You must be quite a burr under the saddle of NASA. This afternoon's edition of "Video Files" deleted the story of the NASA 50th anniversary logo and its mention of the misplaced "twelve-million-miles-away" galaxy. Keep it up!"

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