NASA astronaut Mike Massimino is using Twitter to provide a unique, behind the scenes peek at the last weeks of his training for the fifth and final shuttle servicing mission to NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
The space shuttle's visit to Hubble will make the space telescope better than ever.
On the STS-125 mission, John Grunsfeld will improve the Hubble Space Telescope for a third time.
After a "lifetime" of service to science and astronomy, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope needs servicing itself.
Endeavour and its crew are standing by if a rescue is needed for the Hubble repair mission.
The Hubble educational resource site offers activities and resources for three primary themes: Hubble Careers, From Galileo to the Great Observatories, and the Hubble Walk: Spacesuits and Spacewalks.
Engage your students in the wonders of space as they learn about spacesuits and spacewalks.
This 3-D simulation is an interactive animation of several spacewalks planned for the STS-125 mission.
See these educational resource pages associated with previous missions.
Learn more about the STS-125 mission and crew.
Tune in the day before the launch to learn what it takes to fly a difficult servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.
View animations dealing with the STS-125 shuttle mission to the International Space Station.
Learn how the astronauts prepared for their mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.› View this interactive feature
How fast can you match the STS-125 pictures?
Help Space Kid collect orbs to learn about the fifth space shuttle mission to update the Hubble Space Telescope.
The Hubble Space Telescope helps scientists understand how planets and galaxies form.› Read Students K-4 article
The space shuttle carries astronauts to space and back.› Read Students K-4 article
Spacesuits protect astronauts in space, on the moon and on other planets.› Read Students K-4 article
Color pictures and learn about the space shuttle.
Find out how the space shuttle gets ready for launch.