Hubble Telescope Gets Another Shot

Astronomers celebrate the reprieve for the Hubble space-based telescope known for amazing pictures of the universe. We look at plans for repairing and upgrading the telescope with a challenging servicing mission on the space shuttle.

Steven Beckwith, former drector, Space Telescope Science Institute; professor of physics and astronomy, Johns Hopkins University

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