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    Unhappy main Hubble camera shutdown



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    Default Re: main Hubble camera shutdown

    Hi nFA. Hopefully the backup systems will be able to save the camera. This is yet another call to get the James Webb telescope launched soon, as old Hubble will not last forever. Thanks for the link and news nFA, and again, the best of regards.
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    Default Re: main Hubble camera shutdown

    Hopefully they can get it back online, it is really starting to show its age though.
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