Hubble time


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Hubble time

See Hubble constant.

Hubble time

[′həb·əl ‚tīm]
(astronomy)
The reciprocal of the Hubble constant.
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Much of the telescope's time is assigned almost a year in advance, but the space telescope director reserves some Hubble time for special projects or on-the-fly follow-up of new discoveries.
Late this summer, Cochran's team will have 24 hours of additional Hubble time, more than double the amount previously allotted.
Although the Hubble parameter is entered in its conventional units, we want to express the Hubble time (and the age of the universe) in years.