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The Great American Comeback – Hubble’s Servicing Mission 1 (Ed Weiler)

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Dive into the fascinating saga of Hubble's Servicing Mission 1 with Ed Weiler, one of the driving forces behind its success. In this exclusive interview, Weiler unveils the challenges and triumphs that revitalized the Hubble Space Telescope, turning it into a cosmic marvel.

Experience the mission's impact firsthand as Weiler shares his insights, recounting the dedication and innovation that fueled Hubble's transformation. Join us on a celestial journey through the stars, exploring the remarkable achievements that cemented Hubble's legacy as a beacon of human exploration.

Discover the cosmic wonders captured by Hubble, and witness the enduring legacy of Ed Weiler and the team behind Servicing Mission 1. Get ready for an exploration of the cosmos that will leave you in awe of the incredible journey that reshaped our understanding of the universe.

For more information, visit https://nasa.gov/hubble.

Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Paul Morris: Lead Producer
Rob Andreoli: Lead Camera Operator
Ed Weiler: Interviewee

Music Credits:
"Coronation" by Adrian Mena Arrabal [PRS] via Killer Tracks [BMI] and Universal Production Music

“The Journey of a Gesture” by Alfie Solo [PRS] and Luther Calliope [PRS] via Freshworx Music Limited [PRS] and Universal Production Music

“Wonders of the Earth” by Zinovia Arvanitidi [SACEM] via France Télévisions Distribution [SACEM], Universal Production Music France [SACEM], and Universal Production Music

“Beloved Earth” by JC Lemay [SACEM] via Koka Media [SACEM], Universal Production Music France [SACEM], and Universal Production Music

Video Credits:
Spherical Aberration Animation credit ESA/Hubble


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Asteroid, Astronaut, EVA
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