How do I find my pic of the day astronomy? You can go to the official Hubble Gallery site , which has 87 pages of photos going back to August 13, 1990. Or, you can head to NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day site, which lists photos taken by all of the agency’s telescopes since June 16, 1995!
What picture did NASA take on 18th May 2004? Astronomy Picture of the Day
Explanation: Comet NEAT (Q4) was quite photogenic earlier this month. Although the head and part of the tails of Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT) were visible to the unaided eye, the best views of the colorful tail were revealed only later by cameras able to expose for long periods.
What Hubble sees on my birthday? Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday.
What will my sky look like on my birthday? Visit NASA official website or click here. Enter your birthday month and your birth date. Click on submit. You will be directed to a page which will show you the images that Hubble captured on your birthday.