The Hubble Space Telescope is sidelined due to a problem with the 1980s computer كمبيوتر

On June 13, 2021, the Hubble Space Telescope shut down after a problem with a laptop computer from the 1980s. Team members continue to work on this problem to get the telescope back up and running. (Image credit: NASA)

NASA is working quickly to repair the Hubble Space Telescope after a problem with an on-board computer in the 1980s caused the famous Orbiting Observatory to shut down temporarily.

The Hubble Space Telescope, which in 2020 celebrated its 30th year in orbit, stopped working Sunday, June 13 after 4 p.m. EDT (2000 GMT) after problems emerged with one of the telescope’s computers in the 1980s. The Hubble operations team suspects the problem may be due to a degraded memory module, according to a NASA statement. The team is working hard to try to correct the problem, switching to one of the telescope’s many backup units.

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