More bad culture?
NASA is eager to explore the Moon and Mars but curiously uneager to send astronauts to repair Hubble. What's wrong with this picture?
September 28, 2004
|As I researched my article on the Hubble Space Telescope for the November issue of Astronomy, I attended hearings and interviewed experts both in and out of NASA. I was struck by the almost brash confidence expressed by NASA engineers and officials regarding their ability to carry out an untested robotic servicing mission to Hubble. |
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