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Classic example of out with the old, and in with the new. Hubble is the source of some of the most awe-inspiring images I've ever seen. Sure it's a non living thing, but why treat it like a piece of garbage? It's an injustice!
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Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on Mar 11, 2005 3:31:20 GMT -6
NASA needs an Enema.
Ok...she's aging and things are failing. But there's still life in the old girl. She has shown us sights never beheld by the eyes of man and provided more insight into cosmology than the past 50 years combined.
There is another Hubble on the ground I understand, used for diagnosis and repair procedure. Launch the damned thing, or build the next generation of optical space telescope and quit this anti-progressive kick that the agency is on.
I'll say it again, NASA needs an Enema.
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