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Hubble Space Telescope – The Final Repair Mission

Hubble Space Telescope – The Final Repair Mission

The Hubble Space Telescope was repaired and enhanced during the STS-125 mission of Space Shuttle Atlantis. Launched on May 11, 2009, the 11 day mission included some five spacewalks to make repairs and upgrades to the telescope, leaving it more capable and hopefully prepared to last another five years. This educational space video will explain astronomy for kids in a fun and engaging style with exciting computer animation and breath-taking images from the Hubble Telescope.

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Flying Over The Planet Mars

If you ever wondered what it would be like to fly across the surface of Mars now is your chance for the ride of a lifetime! Using state of the art computer animation...

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Night Launch of NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-123

Night Launch of NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-123

In a dramatic night launch, the Space Shuttle Endeavour and her crew lift-off from the Kennedy Space Center on their way to the International Space Station (ISS) on mission STS-123. This is a NASA video that runs from main engine start of the SSMEs through Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) separation just over 2 minutes into the flight.

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