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In blatant plea for attention, Hubble Telescope relocates to block James Webb cameras


Washington, D.C. - According to NASA insiders, the Hubble Telescope has autonomously repositioned itself in front of the James Webb Telescope in a blatant plea for attention.


After a week of sending astonishing photographs of never-before-seen galaxies, the aging Hubble Telescope is now blocking the newer telescope's cameras.


The Hubble reportedly sent a communication on Friday that scientists decoded as, "Big deal! So, your stupid photos went viral on the internet. I was taking photos before there even was an internet. Suck it, James Webb."


NASA engineers are currently attempting to move the Hubble away from the James Webb cameras, but so far, the Hubble has resisted their attempts.



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