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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(New York: Miles O'Brien) New pictures of the universe from the Hubble Space Telescope, which NASA will abandon to expire in orbit, featured; pictures shown of galaxies billions of years old. [Space Telescope Science Inst. director Steve BECKWITH- comments on the galaxies & their stars; comments on NASA's decision to make about Hubble.] [NASA administrator Sean O'KEEFE- comments on the Hubble decision & the Columbia investigation report.] [Mars Society president Robert ZUBRIN- opposes giving up Hubble.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- O'Brien, Miles
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