Right now, things aren’t looking good for the Hubble Space Telescope. One of the telescope’s cameras, Wide Field Camera 3, automatically suspended operations January 8 due to a hardware issue.

NASA is calling the problem “an anomaly,” and says the camera “is equipped with redundant electronics should they be needed to recover the instrument.” While the team tries to figure out what’s wrong, Hubble’s three active instruments will continue their science observations.

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