Astronauts Celebrate Hubble Servicing Mission Live Shots
B-roll for the suggested questions in the live shot:
1. Thanks to the upgrades you made to Hubble, the telescope continues to take breathtaking images including Hubble’s largest deep view of the universe.Can you show us some of these new images?
2. Can you talk about the types of upgrades you made to Hubble?
3. What was it like working on the Hubble Space Telescope?
4. Hubble will be 30 years old next year! How’s it doing?
5. As someone who's been to space before, how excited are you for NASA to return to the moon?
6. Where can we learn more about the Hubble Space Telescope?
Image Possible Thanks to Astronaut Upgrades Conducted A Decade Ago
Chat with NASA ASTRONAUTS Who Worked on the Telescope in Space!
When it launched in 1990, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope was only designed to last 15 years. Last month, the iconic telescope celebrated 29 years of science thanks in large part to the brave astronauts who upgraded it over five separate missions. It’s been 10 years this week since astronauts last visited Hubble, and the telescope continues to deliver breathtaking images and new science results. To date Hubble has taken more than 1.4 MILLION observations.....and counting.
Join NASA astronauts from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 17th, to hear their first-hand accounts about what is was like to work on Hubble in space, and to share with your viewers two breathtaking new images: a colorful new look at the Southern Crab Nebula, and Hubble’s largest portrait of the cosmos ever assembled from 16 years worth of observations by the telescope. The deep-sky mosaic provides a comprehensive history book of the universe from a region containing 265,000 galaxies that stretch back through 13.3 billion years of time to just 500 million years after the big bang.
For more information @NASAHubble and www.nasa.gov/hubble.
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Interview Location is: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD
John Grunsfeld / NASA Astronaut
Gregory C. Johnson / NASA Astronaut
Megan McArthur / NASA Astronaut
Michael Good / NASA Astronaut
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Canned interview with NASA Astronaut John Grunsfeld. Answers are separated by a slate. TRT 4:45
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