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STS-125: Mission Complete; on 40th Anniversary of Apollo 10

-Posted by D. Worth (US) -for M. Barbay (France)

Final Spacewalk of STS-125 Mission Complete
Mon, 18 May 2009 12:27:13 PM PDT
"The fifth and final STS-125 spacewalk concluded at 3:22 p.m. EDT. It was 7 hours, 2 minutes. During their walk in space, Grunsfeld and Feustel installed a battery group replacement, removed and replaced a Fine Guidance Sensors and three thermal blankets (NOBL) protecting Hubble’s electronics.

NASA: Grunsfeld powder-blue heaven

VIEW: Final Hubble EVA: BIG SCREEN!

NASA Twitter has quotes, and recaps.
Remembering Apollo 10 launched 40 years ago today...
Multi-media Galerie: Apollo 10 history.

Obama: You must keep the entire NASA family team!
Video: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center: BIG SCREEN

Boston.com has wonderful photos of the Hubble enhance/repair mission STS-125! Especially here, on a 40 inch computer screen! VIEW!

Space shuttle Atlantis crew's wake up at 4:31am ET...
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