Planets and Moons  ID: 13682

Hubble and Whale Sharks?

While you might not think that sharks and the Hubble Space Telescope have a lot in common, it turns out they share an incredible bond!

For more information, visit https://nasa.gov/hubble.

Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Paul Morris (USRA): Lead Producer

Videos, Images, and Audio Effects:
Page Turning Whoosh by dauzkobza via Motion Array
Wind by LuLuProduction via Motion Array
Camera Sound Pack 1 by Blue Kangaroo via Motion Array
Crunchy Bite SFX Pack by WARP EFX via Motion Array
Water Splash by Motion Audio via Motion Array
Flying Through the Realistic Clouds(Left-Right) by MambaTV via Motion Array
POV Water Surface by v_creative via Motion Array
Ding by Media_M via Motion Array
Bell Ding by dauzkobza via Motion Array
Whoosh Pack by BANT via Motion Array
Cartoon Love Elements by FXBox via Motion Array
Shining Hearts Animation by action_7 via Motion Array
Pop Up by Motion Audio via Motion Array
Polaroid Photos Opener by Rocksolid via Motion Array
Underwater by erhnbcc via Motion Array
Whale Shark by Alexpunker via Motion Array
Whale Shark At Surface by Alexpunker via Motion Array
Whale Shark In Ocean by Alexpunker via Motion Array
Whale Shark At Sea by Alexpunker via Motion Array
Shark by designprojects via Motion Array
Fingerprints Background by Alex39 via Motion Array
Whale Shark Still Image by Amber Cook
Whale Shark Video with Diver by Tom Campbell

Music Credits:
“Happy Tulip” by Stéphane Caisson [ SACEM ]. Koka Media [ SACEM ], Universal Publishing Production Music France [ SACEM ], and Universal Production Music
 

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Credits

Paul R. Morris (USRA): Lead Producer
Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET): Technical Support
Please give credit for this item to:
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

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Mission:
Hubble

Keywords:
DLESE >> Technology
SVS >> Hubble Space Telescope
NASA Science >> Planets and Moons
SVS >> Technology Transfer