Accademia dei Lincei, Rome
March 17-20, 2014
This conference highlighted the scientific breakthroughs made by the Hubble Space Telescope in its two decade long life and achieved the following goals:
- To share the latest results from Hubble across the broad canvas of astronomy,
- To inspire the community of Hubble users to think how Hubble’s successor—the James Webb Space Telescope—will move their scientific field forward,
- To look further into the future posing the scientific questions that will shape the field of astrophysics in the next decade.
This conference was held five years after Servicing Mission 4 —the last manned mission to Hubble. It kicked off the 25th anniversary of Hubble’s launch celebrating the tremendous impact this observatory has had on science and society.
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This conference is sponsored by ESA and NASA.
It is organized by ESA, STScI, & INAF-IAPS.