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    STS125-S-009 (11 May 2009) --- After suiting up, the STS-125 crewmembers exit the Operations and Checkout Building to board the Astrovan, which will take them to launch pad 39A for the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on the STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. On the right (front to back) are astronauts Scott Altman, commander; Megan McArthur, Andrew Feustel and Mike Massimino, all mission specialists. On the left (front to back) are astronauts Gregory C. Johnson, pilot; John Grunsfeld and Michael Good, both mission specialists. Atlantis' 11-day flight will include five spacewalks to refurbish and upgrade the telescope with state-of-the-art science instruments that will expand Hubble's capabilities and extend its operational lifespan through at least 2014. The payload includes Wide Field Camera 3, fine guidance sensor and the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph. Launch of Atlantis is scheduled for 2:01 p.m. May 11 EDT.

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    STS125-S-010 (11 May 2009) --- After suiting up, the STS-125 crewmembers exit the Operations and Checkout Building to board the Astrovan, which will take them to launch pad 39A for the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on the STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. From the right are astronauts Scott Altman, commander; Gregory C. Johnson, pilot; Megan McArthur, John Grunsfeld, Andrew Feustel, Michael Good and Mike Massimino, all mission specialists. Atlantis' 11-day flight will include five spacewalks to refurbish and upgrade the telescope with state-of-the-art science instruments that will expand Hubble's capabilities and extend its operational lifespan through at least 2014. The payload includes Wide Field Camera 3, fine guidance sensor and the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph. Launch of Atlantis is scheduled for 2:01 p.m. May 11 EDT.

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    STS125-S-011 (11 May 2009) --- After suiting up, the STS-125 crewmembers pause alongside the Astrovan to wave farewell to onlookers before heading for launch pad 39A for the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on the STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. From the right are Scott Altman, commander; Gregory C. Johnson, pilot; Megan McArthur, John Grunsfeld, Andrew Feustel, Michael Good and Mike Massimino, all mission specialists. Atlantis' 11-day flight will include five spacewalks to refurbish and upgrade the telescope with state-of-the-art science instruments that will expand Hubble's capabilities and extend its operational lifespan through at least 2014. The payload includes Wide Field Camera 3, fine guidance sensor and the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph. Launch of Atlantis is scheduled for 2:01 p.m. May 11 EDT.

  • John M. Grunsfeld› View High-res
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    JSC2000-06750 (October 2000) --- Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld, mission specialist

  • Michael J. Massimino› View High-res
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    JSC2001-02670 (24 Sept. 2001) --- Astronaut Michael J. Massimino, mission specialist

  • Scott D. Altman› View High-res
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    JSC2004-E-32185 (5 May 2004) --- Astronaut Scott D. Altman, commander

  • Gregory C. Johnson› View High-res
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    JSC2006-E-11466 (19 Jan. 2006) --- Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson, pilot

  • Crew selected for the final shuttle mission to perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope› View High-res
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    JSC2006-E-47110 (31 Oct. 2006) --- A few hours after NASA Administrator Michael Griffin announced from Goddard Space Flight Center the astronauts selected for the final shuttle mission to perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope, the crew met the news media at the Johnson Space Center. From left to right are astronauts Michael T. Good, Andrew J. Feustel, K. Megan McArthur, Michael J. Massimino, John M. Grunsfeld, Gregory C. Johnson and Scott D. Altman. Altman will command the final space shuttle mission to Hubble, and Johnson will serve as pilot for his initial spaceflight. Mission specialists include veteran spacewalkers Grunsfeld and Massimino and first-time space fliers Feustel, Good and McArthur.

  • Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld› View High-res
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    JSC2006-E-47125 (31 Oct. 2006) --- Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld, mission specialist for the newly announced final shuttle crew to visit and work on the Hubble Space Telescope.

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    JSC2006-E-47126 (31 Oct. 2006) --- Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson, pilot for the newly announced final shuttle crew to visit and work on the Hubble Space Telescope.