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Dark Energy and the Hubble Space Telescope

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Dark Energy and the Hubble Space Telescope

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There's an article in the NY Times about "dark energy" and the Hubble Space Telescope that I thought people might be interested in reading.9 Billion-Year-Old 'Dark Energy' ReportedI was encouraged to read that NASA has approved a final servicing mission to the HST to be carried out on one of the last three shuttle missions.NASA Approves Mission and Names Crew for Return to HubbleThe next generation space telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is already overbudget and the launch date has started slipping. I suppose that was inevitable, but I hope that it doesn't fall to the budget axe in the future. It sounds like a very promising project.
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