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6.6.2008 Hands on Hubble

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John Grunsfeld, an astronomer and astronaut, says that fixing the Hubble Space Telescope will be a delicate operation. Here, he explains how astronauts will have to literally let their fingers do the walking when working on the satellite—and why the gloves of their space suits will play a major role in the mission's success. Listen in below.

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