Future of Hubble

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The Hubble Space Telescope has been key to discoveries in space for over a decade. But plans are in the works to de-orbit the telescope and make way for its successor. We'll take a look at the Hubble's future.


John Bahcall
NASA Hubble Space Telescope-James Webb Space Telescope Transition Panel Review

John Huchra
Chairman, Board of Directors
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
Senior Astronomer, Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Doyle Professor of Cosmology
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts



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