HST and Mars

From: Patrick Wiggins (paw@trilobyte.net)
Date: Thu Jun 03 2004 - 02:19:52 EDT

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    paul wrote:
    > meanwhile spaceflight now says final that NASA will
    > not send Shuttle to do a manned maintenance of HST.
    > seems more of a financial/political decision than
    > a safety concern.(?)  apparently NASA is considering a
    > robotic mission to HST.  sounds like a complicated robot.
    ust a thought but I find it odd that we are not sending another crew to HST
    because of crew safety concerns yet continue to plan a (IMHO more dangerous)
    piloted mission to Mars.
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