Win a Hubble Photograph, Now Through September 16

Article written: 4 Sep , 2012
Updated: 23 Dec , 2015
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We all hate to see the summer end (coming soon in the northern hemisphere) but before the September equinox arrives, the HubbleSite team is making the most of the last few days of summer by giving away copies of a few iconic images taken by the venerable Hubble Space Telescope. The End-of-Summer Hubble Picture Giveaway is a random drawing accessible via HubbleSite’s Facebook page. Three winners per day, selected randomly from Sept. 4-16 will receive one 16×20 print of one of three images: Mystic Mountain (as seen below), The Helix Nebula, or Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300.

HubbleSite runs these drawings periodically on its Facebook page, but for readers of Universe Today, they are we’re offering an extra chance to win for users who enter a promo code in the appropriate field!

The code for Universe Today readers is UNIVTDAY.

So check out HubbleSite’s Facebook page, and also check out the HubbleSite website, chock full of all the images taken by HST.

So, enter every day — and don’t forget you can enter twice a day by using the special code for UT readers.

Thanks to the HubbleSite Facebook team!

Hubble’s ‘Mystic Mountain’ shows a mountain of dust and gas rising in the Carina Nebula. The top of a three-light-year tall pillar of cool hydrogen is being worn away by the radiation of nearby stars, while stars within the pillar unleash jets of gas that stream from the peaks. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio and the Hubble 20th Anniversary Team (STScI)

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6 Responses

  1. Gusssss says

    How can I enter twice? Once I’ve entered with the code it doesn’t give me the option any more.

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      muffie 1801 says

      I used one browser to enter the sweepstake using UNIVTDAY promo code, and another browser to enter without a promo code. However, the Terms & Conditions specify ONE entry per email address.

  2. TIMOTHY PRZYGOCKI says

    It would be so nice to have a picture from the Hubble Space Telescope! I know they’re out there and there are collections all over the internet, but this would be very nice! Anyone who knows me realizes the reason!

  3. Leonardo Santos says

    No Facebook account: okay…

  4. HeadAroundU says

    Want a Hubble Photograph? Go to Twitter.

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