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    S125-E-007240 (14 May 2009) --- Astronaut Andrew Feustel, STS-125 mission specialist, appears to be selecting his next tool to use while participating in the first of his crew's five scheduled sessions of extravehicular activity to perform final hands-on servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope. Feustel and veteran astronaut John Grunsfeld (out of frame) are scheduled to participate in a total of three of those spacewalks.

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    S125-E-007207 (14 May 2009) --- Astronaut John Grunsfeld, STS-125 mission specialist, participates in the first of his crew's five scheduled spacewalks in five consecutive days to perform the final hands-on servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope. Grunsfeld and his crewmate, astronaut Andrew Feustel, are slated for three of the five sessions.

  • Hubble Space Telescope in the cargo bay of Atlantis› View High-res
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    S125-E-007413 (14 May 2009) --- A medium view of a portion of the Hubble Space Telescope, locked down in the cargo bay of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis, which will be site of a great deal of hands on servicing over the next five days.

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    S125-E-007257 (14 May 2009) --- A wide view of the Hubble Space Telescope, locked down in the cargo bay of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis, which will be site of a great deal of hands-on servicing over the next five days.The Canadian-built remote manipulator system arm (right), with its video cameras documenting activity in the shuttle's cargo bay all week, was instrumental in grappling and subsequently capturing the giant orbital observatory for the final servicing mission.

  • Exterior of the crew cabin area of Atlantis› View High-res
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    S125-E-007418 (14 May 2009) --- This image of the exterior of the crew cabin area of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was photographed by one of the May 14 space walkers who participated in the first of five spacewalks to perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope.

  • Andrew Feustel helps to install the Wide Field Camera 3› View High-res
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    S125-E-007372 (14 May 2009) --- But for the absence of gravity, astronaut Andrew Feustel, perched on the end of the remote manipulator system arm, would be a bit top heavy as he helps to install the Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) during a May 14 spacewalk to perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope. Out of frame is veteran astronaut John Grunsfeld, his spacewalking crewmate. The pair kicked off five back to back days of extravehicular activity for the STS-125 crew. Feustel and Grunsfeld will participate in two of the remaining four spacewalks.

  • Andrew Feustel performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope› View High-res
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    S125-E-007170 (14 May 2009) --- Perched on the end of the Canadian-built remote manipulator system, astronaut Andrew Feustel, mission specialist, performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope as the first of five STS-125 spacewalks kicks off a week's work on the orbiting observatory. Feustel, teamed with astronaut John Grunsfeld (out of frame), will join the veteran spacewalker on two of the remaining four sessions of extravehicular activity later in the mission.

  • Andrew Feustel performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope› View High-res
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    S125-E-007171 (14 May 2009) --- Perched on the end of the Canadian-built remote manipulator system, astronaut Andrew Feustel, mission specialist, performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope as the first of five STS-125 spacewalks kicks off a week's work on the orbiting observatory. Feustel, teamed with astronaut John Grunsfeld (out of frame), will join the veteran spacewalker on two of the remaining four sessions of extravehicular activity later in the mission.

  • Andrew Feustel performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope› View High-res
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    S125-E-007174 (14 May 2009) --- Perched on the end of the Canadian-built remote manipulator system, astronaut Andrew Feustel, mission specialist, performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope as the first of five STS-125 spacewalks kicks off a week's work on the orbiting observatory. Feustel, teamed with astronaut John Grunsfeld (out of frame), will join the veteran spacewalker on two of the remaining four sessions of extravehicular activity later in the mission.

  • Andrew Feustel performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope› View High-res
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    S125-E-007176 (14 May 2009) --- Perched on the end of the Canadian-built remote manipulator system, astronaut Andrew Feustel, mission specialist, performs work on the Hubble Space Telescope as the first of five STS-125 spacewalks kicks off a week's work on the orbiting observatory. Feustel, teamed with astronaut John Grunsfeld (arm is visible at bottom frame), will join the veteran spacewalker on two of the remaining four sessions of extravehicular activity later in the mission.