Hubble Social Media

The top portion of the Hubble Space Telescope is seen in this image, with the red NASA worm logo on it, against black space.

Social Media Contacts

Questions about Hubble social media should be directed to the following contacts:

Claire Andreoli
Hubble Communications Lead
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.

Elizabeth Tammi
Hubble Social Media Lead
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.

Official Hubble Social Media Accounts

These accounts represent NASA's Hubble Space Telescope on social media and follow the agency's policies and guidelines. Find the ones that match your interests and begin exploring!

Video and Photo Accounts

These accounts offer information, images, videos and discoveries from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.


Media Resources

Need to talk to our communication's team? Need b-roll for the documentary your making? This page helps you find the Hubble media information you need.

Find Media Information
Image taken of the 1990 deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble, bright and silver, reflects the Earth below, on either side of Hubble there are two golden solar arrays. At the bottom of the picture you can see the body of the Space Shuttle Discovery as well as the grapple arm letting go of Hubble.
Space Shuttle Discovery’s robotic arm deploys Hubble on April 25, 1990.

More Things Hubble

nearly spherical gathering of white stars at center top. Blue gas cloud extends from top left to center bottom

Hubble Science Highlights

Hubble’s most notable scientific discoveries reflect the broad range of research and the breakthroughs it has achieved.

Illustration of the Hubble Space Telescope (left) and the James Webb Space Telescope (right) on a grey background.

Hubble vs. Webb

Learn how the two telescopes differ and how they complement each other.

woman and a man sitting at a desk with multiple computer monitors, the woman is pointing at a monitor

Mission Operations

The Space Telescope Operations Control Center is the engine that keeps Hubble operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Hubble image of the Crab Nebula

Explore the Night Sky

Use our Skymap to find astronomical objects with a backyard telescope, or binoculars, then compare your view to Hubble's images of the object.