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NASA Reconsiders Hubble Telescope Repairs

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NASA Reconsiders Hubble Telescope Repairs

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NASA Reconsiders Hubble Telescope Repairs

NASA Reconsiders Hubble Telescope Repairs

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President Bush's nominee for NASA director, Michael Griffin, may revive efforts to repair the Hubble Space Telescope at his confirmation hearing. NASA previously abandoned a plan to use an unmanned robot to repair the telescope, but a new internal review has given high marks to the same proposal.

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