The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) will offer a limited number of large format Hubble Space Telescope 30th Anniversary image banners to U.S. museums, science centers, planetariums, public libraries, nature centers, visitor’s centers, and other non-profit organizations that communicate or wish to communicate science to the public.  The applicant will agree to host a free Unveiling event, open to the public, no earlier than the date and time at which NASA issues a Press Release about this image.  The individual applicant and applicant’s organization agree to abide by the Embargo of the image and associated materials, and will not share these materials with the public prior to NASA’s Press Release, at a time to be determined on April 24, 2020.

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** DEADLINE EXTENDED! **  Apply before 11:59 pm EST January 12, 2020, using the form below:

Hubble 30th Anniversary Image Embargo Agreement

Read the following: “By checking the box below, I agree that my institution will abide by the NASA embargo on the Hubble 30th Anniversary image and related materials. My institution agrees to limit access to Hubble 30th Anniversary image and related materials to essential personnel only, and that anyone with access—including institution staff and collaborators—will also abide by the embargo: we will not disclose the anniversary image or any related documentation or material to others within the organization or to the public prior to the time on April 24, 2020 when NASA issues its formal Press Release.”

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STScI is the science operations center for three of NASA's large strategic science missions: the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), and the future Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST).