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New Neptune and Uranus Pictures

Last week NASA said it won't send the space shuttle in 2006 to service the Hubble, a mission considered essential to enable the orbiting telescope to continue operating. The Hubble has revolutionized the study of astronomy with its striking images of the universe. Instead, NASA will focus on President Bush's plans to send humans to the moon and Mars. Virtually all remaining missions of the shuttle, which also is being phased out, will be used to complete construction of the International Space Station. Earlier this week NASA released very impressive pictures of Neptune and Uranus. Looks like the world will be without this impressive tool for awhile until a replacement is sent up in about 10 years.

Universe Today January 22, 2004

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