NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, which has been in space for more than 30 years and has made countless discoveries, stopped working after a computer from the 1980s crashed in it. Cameras and other gadgets are said to be in safe mode for now. Despite a lot of repairs and upgrades, Hubble was showing signs of aging and would be replaced by another telescope.

In a statement from NASA, it was stated that a computer from the 1980s that controls the science instruments has been shut down since Sunday due to possible deterioration of the memory card. In the statement, it was stated that the computer in question did not work despite the attempts, and it was stated that they were trying to switch to a spare memory card, and if it was successful, the telescope would be tested for a day first, and then the scientific instruments would be opened and the observations would continue.

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