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STS-125 Shuttle Mission Imagery
The Hubble Space Telescope
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S125-E-010077 (18 May 2009) --- The Hubble Space Telescope temporarily played a role akin to a house of mirrors as astronaut John Grunsfeld photographed a portrait of his own reflection in the shiny surface of the giant orbital observatory. The final space walk to perform work on the telescope was turned in May 18 by astronauts Grunsfeld and Andrew Feustel, who finished up chores by replacing outer blanket layer insulation on Hubble.

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