Today in a Unique THE WHITE HOUSE Briefing, President Joseph “JOE” Robinette Biden, Junior (Jr.), Vice-President and National Space Counsel Chair Kamala Devi Harris Juris Doctorate (J.D.), NASA Director and Emeritus Veteran Astronaut and former Florida Democratic Congressman from 2001 through 2019 Bill Nelson publicly unveiled the first image of successor of The HUBBLE Space Telescope deployed on Star Date 1990 (A.D.), THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE. Previously The HUBBLE Space Telescope was RESCUED AND REPAIRED BY NASA ASTRONAUT LEGEND and Medical Doctor (M.D.) STORY MUSGRAVE (Marine Electronics and instrumentation Technician Veteran, ETC.); The Goal of STS-61 on December 2, 1993.
Doctor and Commander Story Musgrave Officially Commanded the NASA STS-61 Mission.
“STS-61 was the first Hubble Space Telescope (HST) servicing and repair mission. Following a night launch from Kennedy Space Center on December 2, 1993, the Endeavour rendezvoused with and captured the HST. During this 11-day flight, the HST was restored to its full capabilities through the work of two pairs of astronauts during a record 5 spacewalks. Dr. Musgrave performed 3 of these spacewalks. After having travelled 4,433,772 miles in 163 orbits of the Earth, Endeavour returned to a night landing in Florida on December 13, 1993. Mission duration was 10 days, 19 hours, 59 minutes.”
In my previous direct and personal LinkedIn communication messages a few years ago with Doctor and Astronaut STORY MUSGRAVE he stated “The HUBBLE was built to last five (5) years;; and lasted for Twenty (20) years.”
ENJOY LEGACY UNITED STATES TAX PAYERS!!! YOU PAID TEN (10) BILLION PLUS (+) ($10,000,0000+) UNITED STATES DOLLARS FOR IT AND DECADES OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND WORK FOR IT!!!!!!!!!!
Tomorrow, Tuesday July 12th, 2022, morning at 10:30 AM E.D.T. NASA has scheduled a Press Conference to release the first set of images from the Next Generation Space Telescope; THE JAMES WEB SPACE TELESCOPE, which can be viewed through/via the the Live Stream YouTube window/link below.
The image herein was sourced from NASA: