Astronauts onboard the shuttle Atlantis said their last goodbyes to the Hubble Space Telescope this morning.
After five grueling spacewalks and extensive repairs, NASA astronauts released the telescope back into orbit. The 19-year-old Hubble Space Telescope will never again undergo a servicing mission in space.
"Not everything went as we planned but we found a way to work around it," Cmd. Scott Altman said after the shuttle released Hubble. "We did it together and now Hubble can continue on...Full Story