NASA scientists are cleared to remotely switch equipment on Hubble in the hopes of restoring the orbiting observatory’s function
After more than two long weeks of being silent, the Hubble Space Telescope may be up and running as early as October 16, NASA scientists announced in a teleconference October 14.
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