The famous Hubble Space Telescope marks 25 years of observations in April 2015. In orbit since 1990, Hubble has provided scientists and the public with remarkable and spectacular images of deep space. One of the most technologically advanced pieces of equipment that humans have put into orbit, Hubble has helped researchers make important discoveries about our universe, ranging from planets and stars to galaxies and cosmology.
However, Hubble is not finished yet. Join us for a conversation with James M. Free, Director of the NASA John H. Glenn Research Center, and NASA Astronaut Michael T. Good on the significance of Hubble and its still yet-to-be written discoveries.