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  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #07

    05.14.09 - The Hubble Space Telescope can now see farther into space and across a wider spectrum of colors, thanks to the work done during the first spacewalk of the STS-125 mission.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #06

    05.14.09 - Mission Specialists John Grunsfeld and Drew Feustel are now just hours away from beginning the first of five spacewalks of Atlantis’ mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #05

    05.13.09 - Using the space shuttle Atlantis’ robotic arm, Mission Specialist Megan McArthur grappled the Hubble Space Telescope at 12:14 p.m. CDT Wednesday as she and her crewmates orbited 340 miles above Western Australia.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #04

    05.13.09 - The crew of Atlantis is ready to meet up with the Hubble Space Telescope 340 miles above the Earth today.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #03

    05.12.09 - Atlantis continued to move steadily closer to the Hubble Space Telescope today, and its crew made good use of the time to perform a thorough inspection of the shuttle’s heat shield.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #02

    05.12.09 - A busy day is ahead for the crew members of space shuttle Atlantis as they continue to close in on the Hubble Space Telescope.

  • STS-125 MCC Status Report #01

    05.11.09 - The Hubble Space Telescope’s final house call is on its way, as the space shuttle Atlantis roared into orbit through a clear blue Florida sky this afternoon.