- a heap; pile.
- a tumult; hubbub; uproar.
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Added to existing Hubble observations, their results suggested such galaxies make up 90 percent of the total, leading to a new estimate—that there may be up to two trillion galaxies in the universe.How Many Galaxies Are in the Universe? A New Answer From the Darkest Sky Ever Observed|Jason Dorrier|January 15, 2021|Singularity Hub
Hubble’s work in 1929 pegged the universe at expanding in such a way that it should be roughly 2 billion years old.The universe is 13.8 billion years old—here’s how we know|Charlie Wood|January 13, 2021|Popular-Science
You can check out all of the collisions below, and older images of colliding galaxies captured by Hubble here.Behold six galactic collisions, masterfully captured by Hubble|Jessica Boddy|January 11, 2021|Popular-Science
That extra energy in turn would make the cloud give off more light — the extra infrared glow that Hubble spotted.Astronomers spotted colliding neutron stars that may have formed a magnetar|Lisa Grossman|December 1, 2020|Science News
The MOB had baseline observations from before the dimming and already had Hubble time scheduled to track the star’s brightness cycles.Betelgeuse went dark, but didn’t go supernova. What happened?|Lisa Grossman|November 29, 2020|Science News
The size and shape of Laniakea depend on the rate of cosmic expansion, which is described by the Hubble parameter.
Williams did it with me several times, for instance when I mentioned the Hubble Space Telescope.The Stacks: Robin Williams, More Than A Shtick Figure|Joe Morgenstern|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Two teenage brothers apparently lit a campfire, smoked a nargillah—a hubble-bubble—and went home.
Allard K. Lowenstein was so far to the left of WFB that WFB wouldn't have been able to find him with the Hubble telescope.
Edward Hubble, the greatest astronomer of the 20th century, who discovered the expanding universe, he was inspired by Jules Verne.
The women are in the habit of enjoying the hubble-bubble, in groups, in a similar manner.
This moral mystery seemed too much for the company until Mr. Hubble tersely solved it by saying, "Naterally wicious."
Mr. Pumblechook and Mr. Hubble declined, on the plea of a pipe and ladies' society; but Mr. Wopsle said he would go, if Joe would.
I then descried Mr. and Mrs. Hubble; the last-named in a decent speechless paroxysm in a corner.
This woman's name, according to the history of the church kept by John Whitmer, was Hubble.