Deep space exploration. Viewing far off nebulas and quasars. Unfortunatley the images are hundreds to thousands of years old so it only provides for
understanding of fundamental of astronomy and how stuff works, not what it is right now.
Well the Hubble has been great, but once man gets a foothold on the moon, we can build bigger and better telescopes on the surface. Seems worth it in
the long run. Plus the shuttles are only going to be used for completing the ISS now from what i remember reading, so there isn't anything else they
can use to upgrade Hubble.
I don't mind that this old telescoop goes out of the governement and I hope now civilian groups can use it know. So now we can go to the moon and
build a better one on the moon. so for more money for the new plans sell it to the community
They are going to replace it with the James Webb Space Telescope but it was originally ment to go up in 2010. I don't know if NASA will bump up the
deployment since the Hubble will become obsolete in a couple of years.
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