Last Visit to Hubble
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Last Visit to Hubble

Russ Werneth, a former engineer with the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., has worked with a team that has trained astronauts for all four of the Hubble Space Telescope missions. Werneth talks about what this mission means to him. Video by Chet Rhodes/The Washington Post

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