How the Visually Impaired Experience Hubble Images

  • Released Thursday, October 10, 2019
  • Updated Monday, August 23, 2021 at 3:21PM
  • ID: 13340

The Hubble Space Telescope is well known for its incredible images. But what of those among us who are visually impaired? To help spread awareness as a part of World Sight Day, this video is meant to share the importance of different ways to share Hubble's astounding images.

The book, "Touch the Universe" by Noreen Grice features some of Hubble's most well-known photographs; but all of these photos were specially made to include everyone.

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Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Rebecca Roth: Lead Producer
Courtney Lee: Lead Producer
Paul R. Morris (USRA): Producer / Editor
Rob Andreoli: Videographer
John Caldwell: Videographer
Bradley Hague: Videographer

Music Credits: "Hercules' by Christian Ort [GEMA], Matthew Tasa [GEMA], Meyer Anthony [GEMA], Siulapwa Cisha [BMI]; Universal Production Music

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