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Mission To Hubble on my Twitter


Compilation des messages que j’ai posté en temps réel sur Twitter durant les 13 jours de cette mission.

This is the minutes mission STS-125 SM-4 launched by the NASA to service the Hubble Space Telescope, in orbit since 19 years.

It is what I published in real time on my Twitter from the beginning of this awesome mission in space.

From those lines one can realize of the huge problems that Atlantis’s crew has encountered during 13 days at 325 NM above our heads.

Space Telescope Hubble

Space Telescope Hubble. Image credit: NASA


Atlantis Crew

From the left are astronauts Michael J. Massimino, Michael T. Good, both mission specialists; Gregory C. Johnson, pilot; Scott D. Altman, commander; K. Megan McArthur, John M. Grunsfeld and Andrew J. Feustel, all mission specialists. Image credit: NASA

Dernière mise à jour de la liste : Lundi 27 Mai 2009 @06:27


May 24 – Mission Day nbre : 13+, to home

# Atlantis : Post landing news conference on right now on NASA TV : http://tinyurl.com/6ov9nx         16:26 GMT May 24

# Atlantis Breaking News : Space shuttle Atlantis landed @ Edwards AFB at 15:39GMT, completing a 13-day journey of approximately 5.3 million M in space, 16:11 GMT May 24

# From NASA blog: « Upon landing, Commander Scott Altman told mission control that the mission had been ‘a thrill from start to finish.’  » 16:04 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : Inside the shuttle astronauts are completing their post landing checklist            16:01 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : Shuttle shield is carefully examined by technicians before crew may exit            15:59 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : immobilisée en bout de piste de la Base Aerienne d’Edwards, le commandant de bord Scott Altman effectue les tests fin 2 mission 15:51 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : Good to hear the Commander Scott Altman voice as he is on the Edwards Base ground… 15:44 GMT May 24

# Atlantis: Spatial Spacecraft touched down at Edwards after 7 days service telescope and 13 days mission and 5.3 million miles.. 15:42 GMT May 24

# Atlantis: La navette a atterri !     15:39 GMT May 24

# Atlantis: altitude 3000 mètres, 15:38 GMT May 24

# Atlantis: now full screen on NASA TV wow 15:38 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : aux commandes de la navette, le commandant de bord, se rapproche de la Base d’Edwards en Californie 15:37 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : here comes the vehicle, shuttle is now visible in the sky on NASA TV. 15:35 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : sort de la zone de turbulence et est maintenant visible à l’oeil nu… 15:33 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : Shuttle speed is 10.400 nm/h; touchdown in 13 minutes 15:27 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : The atmospheric pressure and temperature is growing around Atlantis are taking over control of the vehicle. 15:25 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : Due to the very high thermal effects to its shield, communications with spacecraft are currently disabled 15:21 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : 25 minutes until touchdown at Edwards Base 15:16 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : la commande manuelle de la trajectoire de la navette va être prise par le pilote de la navette dans 42 secondes… 15:13 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : la communication avec la navette est actuellement impossible, elle continue sa descente vers la Edwards Air Force Base 15:11 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : devrait toucher le sol en californie dans 32 minutes…. 15:07 GMT May 24

# Atlantis : va entrer dans la zone de turbulences atmosphériques dans 5 minutes… big suspense 15:05 GMT May 24

# Atlantis Shuttle will touchdown at Edwards in 45 minutes…. 14:56 GMT May 24


May 23 – Mission Day nbre 13, Waiting for return to Earth

# Atlantis : Landing preparations will begin at 8:00 The closing of the payload bay doors is scheduled to occur at 9:22GMT.                            8:19 AM May 23rd

# Atlantis : The crew woke up at 5:01GMT to “Where My Heart Will Take Me” performed by Russell Watson. It was played for the entire crew. 8:17 AM May 23rd

# Atlantis vol STS-125: différentes hypothèses d’atterrissage de la navette Atlantis, ici : http://tinyurl.com/osl4sf                6:42 AM May 23rd

# Atlantis : the First KSC landing opportunity begins Saturday with a deorbit burn at 12:01 leading to a touchdown in Florida at 13:15 GMT      6:35 AM May 23rd


May 22 – Mission Day nbre 12, Waiting for return to Earth

# Atlantis : Atterissage différé cause mauvaises conditions atmosphériques sur Kennedy Center.. Prochaine tentative demain Samedi 15:00 GMT 2:50 PM May 22nd

# Atlantis landing planned today @14:00 (UTC) @Kennedy Center, a second landing opportunity follows at 15:39 in case of bad weather conditions 1:00 AM May 22nd

May 21 – Mission Day nbre 11, Waiting for return to Earth

# Atlantis crew woke up this morning at 7:04 AM UTC with the soundtrack of the *Star Wars* movie (*Cantina Band* of John Williams)      7:00 PM May 21st

# Shuttle Atlantis’ crew completed a test of the Reaction Control System steering thrusters that will help control flight after deorbit burn. 6:15 PM May 21st

# Atlantis’ crew tested the shuttle flight control systems that will be used once the shuttle enters the atmosphere tomorrow.                        6:00 PM May 21st

May 20 – Mission Day nbre : 10, post releasing activities

# @tecnoclasta some additional new pictures to my gallery, best is to come…🙂 @cyberManin http://tinyurl.com/qrhsvn            8:18 PM May 20th in reply to tecnoclasta

# Atlantis – ISS : discussions between shuttle and space station crews is now over. all 19 crews mutually congrat 4 their respective exploits        6:31 PM May 20th

# Atlantis – ISS : funny to see the Megan’s hairs floating all around…. 6:25 PM May 20th

# Atlantis – ISS : Megan is talking with the ISS guys… so many guys for only one girl, so beautiful, what a wonderful grapple          6:22 PM May 20th

# Atlantis – ISS amazing to assist to such improbable discussion ! great moment 6:19 PM May 20th# Atlantis – ISS Voice testing : Loud and Clear between both ships 6:17 PM May 20th

# ISS is above Algeria currently, its position is : Lat: 33° 10.N Long: 2° 15W Alt: 346 kmVitesse -Speed : 7.7 km/s            6:13 PM May 20th

# Atlantis : Ship to Ship conference between ISS and Atlantis in few minutes…. 6:09 PM May 20th

# Atlantis : Liaison ISS et Atlantis avancée ! , bonnes conditions pour excellente communication entre les 2 vaisseaux spaciaux, communication imminente            6:06 PM May 20th

# @CxMusic no j’écoutais simplement sur un channel, Megan a été questionné : comment a t-elle fait pour cohabiter avec six lascars…           5:39 PM May 20th in reply to CxMusic

# @Astro_Mike Great press conference Mike, cool to be able to talk with ISS crew soon. I’m with you from France.        5:36 PM May 20th in reply to Astro_Mike

# International Space Station position is : Lat: 11° 47S Long: 169° 44E Alt: 359 km Speed : 7.6 km/s            5:19 PM May 20th

# RT @tecnoclasta: @CyberManin My beautiful selected gallery> http://digg.com/u13iLJ Beautiful Hubble images, thanks for sharing         5:15 PM May 20th

# Atlantis : Liaison ISS et Atlantis attendue à 17:16 GMT 5:09 PM May 20th

# Atlantis : Conférence de presse en cours avec les 7 membres d’équipage, les familiers, les journalistes de toutes les tv posent des questions 5:00 PM May 20th

# STS-125 Atlantis Position : Lat: 22° 33N Long: 132° 48E Altitude: 391 km Vitesse : 7.7 km/s Distance to Hubble 8920 km 5:02 AM May 20th

# Hubble Space Telescope Position Lat: 15° 59.3N Long: 35° 6.32E Alt: 560 km V: 7.585 km/s distance between two satellites : 8809 km 4:59 AM May 20th

# RT @Astro_Mike:Viewing the Earth is a study of contrasts, beautiful colours of the planet, thin blue line of atmosph, pure blackness of space 1:48 AM May 20th

# RT @Astro_Mike : From orbit: The Earth is so beautiful, it is like looking into paradise 1:46 AM May 20th

# RT @Astro_Mike : We see 16 sunrises and sunsets in 24 hrs, each one spectacular as the sun lights up the atmosphere in a spectrum of colours 1:45 AM May 20th

# Atlantis STS-125 : No default were found in the heat shield, the boom extension is dismounted and stowed in its payload bay berth. 12:09 AM May 20th

May 19 – Mission Day nbre : 9, Hubble releasing

# Hubble : the shuttle Thermal Protection shield has been inspected with the camera attached to the Orbiter Boom Sensor System. 11:58 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Atlantis est à 1,8 km de Hubble, la navette va proceder aux derniers rangements et rejoindre l’orbite d’attente de retour 3:45 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Second burn has been performed, Atlantis is now plunging toward her orbit where she will wait to back home 3:35 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Telescope is now @ 855 feet away from orbiter and it’s communicating directly with Earth, next burst in 3minutes 3:26 PM May 19th

# @lipidicman yes I catch as much as can, all that my own telescope could get…. and you always find me around the corner…🙂 3:19 PM May 19th in reply to lipidicman

# Hubble Release : Hubble is now at 660 feet away Atlantis, next burst within 15 minutes 3:14 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Un deuximème coup de rétro fusée va être donné par Atlantis dans 20 minutes pour s’éloigner définitivement de Hubble 3:12 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : STH is now at 410 feet ahead Atlantis shuttle 3:08 PM May 19th# @CxMusic

#Hubble Release : Ils relachent dans l’espace le télescope Hubble qui avait été capturé il ya 10 jours, sinon tu fais quoi🙂 3:06 PM May 19th in reply to CxMusic

# Hubble Release : Hubble is now flying by ist own through space till the end of ist life… 2:59 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : One minute to release of Hubble from the shuttle. 2:58 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Megan McCarter is at robotic arm ready for separation in 2 minutes 2:57 PM May 19th

# @CxMusic tous les instruments WFC3, STIS, doivent être alignés avant de publier des images stellaires…. lancement dans 3 minutes 2:55 PM May 19th in reply to CxMusic

# Hubble Release : Shuttle crew received a Go to release from Flight Center Control… Release in 9 minutes… 2:48 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : mission infos and image gallery here : http://tinyurl.com/ou8t67 2:46 PM May 19th

# @CxMusic Premières images attendues au STOCC dans 3 semaines… 2:42 PM May 19th in reply to CxMusic

# Hubble Release : Optical protection door is now open, STH along with all brand new equipments is ready to be remotely tested, waiting for a GO 2:39 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Ouverture du tube du télescope, celui-ci était fermé durant tout la mission pour protection, Hubble peut voir la lumière. 2:35 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : High gain antennas has been deployed and STH is hanged at the robotic arm end 2:20 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Mission Commander Scott Altman is slowly rotating Atlantis to the expected release position 2:18 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : La séparation et largage de Hubble est prévue dans 48 minutes… 2:12 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : 29 minutes are needed to reach the orbit where STH will be released 2:03 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : Hubble Telescope will be released within one hour from now.. 2:00 PM May 19th

# Hubble Release : the Space Telescope Hubble is under control of the shuttle robotic arm, awaiting for final Go for its release 1:06 PM May 19th


May 18 – Mission Day nbre : 8, EVA #5

# Hubble EVA-5: les astronautes rentrent dans le sas de décompression , Fin de la transmission, A demain dans le ciel de la planète Bleue. 9:12 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Beautiful last images from EVA-5 – thanks guys, you’re great ¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤ 9:05 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Wow ! what a trip John …. 9:03 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: to prevent any dusts the high gain antenna his going to be covered again till its final tomorrows deployment 8:58 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: high gain antenna has to be cleaned of all debris from old insulation blanket that may have fall in the antenna’s vicinity 8:55 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: time for congratulations to the EVA’s peoples, the flight Commander and pilots and all the people at ground, thanks a lot 8:45 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: @Astro_Mike Wanted to address a special thanks to you and all yr colleagues for the wonderful day they allows me to live 8:41 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: currently communications are made from Earth in order to getting contact with Hubble High Gain Antennas…. 8:37 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Space Telescope Hubble will be released and pushed into space tomorrow … 8:35 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: La dernière sortie extra-véhiculaire dure depuis 6:00 heures, John et Andrew procèdent aux opérations de nettoyage…. 8:25 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Amazing to see John unattached at the end of the arm flying for his last trip ….wow 8:14 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: crew will also uncover the antenna whose was covered to avoid any unwanted and damageable contacts … 8:11 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: habitual checking list procedure by each spacewalkers is now underway.. 8:05 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: John Grunsfeld and Drew Feustel have installed all NOBLs on the STHT’s bay 5, 8 and finally bay 7 doors. Now for cleaning up 7:58 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: John is taking some invaluable space shoot… 7:52 PM May 18th

# @patfee Yes I’m admiring her calm when she is doing her soo important manoeuvres …. as I imagine she must be beautiful..🙂 7:50 PM May 18thin reply to patfee

# Hubble EVA-5: correction : Spacewalk is 5:24 hours of duration…:) 7:46 PM May 18th

# @lipidicman Yes so I am, have not enough with my two eyes… 7:44 PM May 18thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-5: 5: 42 hrs todays spacewalk, Drew is retrieving the last insulation blanket from stowage bay… 7:42 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the two highest priority has been done : bay5 and 8, last bay 7 is now on the way… 7:37 PM May 18th

# @lipidicman yes long-term (lifetime) interest, i’m nuclear researcher, now owner of an imaging software company in France 7:34 PM May 18thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-5: I’ll miss Megan’s voice🙂 i’m in love with … 7:20 PM May 18th

# @lipidicman Yep guys sound happier most of the job is done, in France we’re used to said *It smell the stable*🙂 7:18 PM May 18thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-5: Seems blanket on bay 8 is a bit more fragile and tougher to remove, this may depends of amount of sun rays received in 19 years 7:15 PM May 18th

# @lipidicman more infos about crew here (fears some is in French) http://tinyurl.com/q56vy3 7:11 PM May 18thin reply to lipidicman

# @lipidicman Bueno is Good (hay que bonito) he is into the shuttle and has supervised the NOBLs operations during trainings… 7:06 PM May 18thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-5: New blanket on bay 5 done. Telescope is twisted a bit to allow access to bay 8 now. 7:01 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: crew are paying attention to the insulation positioning, ie : gradient between the sun exposed face and not is about 400°C + 6:59 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the old 19 years blanket has been peeled off, new one glued on bay 5 external surface. 6:54 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: STH is like a chocolate candy all covered with an aluminium layer ….🙂 6:33 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the joy of the well achieved work is noticeable in the conversations between crew while the last operation of the LAST EVA 6:30 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Du milieu de l’Atlantique, les astronautes ajoutent des protections thermiques aux portes de Hubble, Dernière Operation !!! 6:27 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Spacewalkers will now install all three NOBLs on bays the preferred order is door 5 first , then 8 and 7. 6:14 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: as crew are ahead spacewalk planning, they are asked to completed the yesterday task and add one more insulation blanket 6:10 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Good Aliveness test response, both Mission Control and Atlantis crew are happy to learn FGS is working nicely 6:08 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: see the whole Atlantis STS125 mission crew here http://tinyurl.com/q56vy3 6:06 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: beautiful cloudy sky behind the Atlantis – Hubble scene 6:03 PM May 18th

# Hope people in LA has no suffered from the earthquake, sending my warmest thoughts to all of you… 6:01 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: le remplacement du système de guidage FGS est terminé, les tests de fonctionnement sont en cours depuis la Terre… 5:53 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: John is retorquing all FGS doors bolts..in case of.. then Aliveness tests have to be conducted to see if the new FGS is Ok 5:51 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: about 6 to 7 turns are needed to tight every bolts 5:48 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: work’s done, crew is closing the equipment doors with the PGT and large latches 5:46 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the Fine Guide Sensor is used to allows the STH to point precisely determined stars allowing the main optical to get datas 5:44 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: while Andrew is floating near to him John is checking and enumerating all wires labels and connections .. 5:35 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Megan is reacting instantaneously to the John’s requests from the tip of the robotic arm … 5:32 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: from what we heard the new FGS crate is now screwed into its enclosure, the 4 right side connectors are going to be connected 5:30 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: @tecnoclasta Yes images are awesome, I’m living historic moments, thanks to all crew, and at the Earth mission control & 2U 5:25 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: after FGS ‘be installed the next task will be to install the protective insulation made of with blankets in STH doors 5:20 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the fifth and last EVA is running quite smoothly…. 5:17 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Atlantis se trouve dans la zone obscure ne permettant pas de transmission d’images TV, mode Radio is *ON*🙂 5:13 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: crew are at the floor opening the stowage containers to retrieve the new FGS, Megan is moving her arm with her joystick 5:10 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: la mission d’aujourd’hui va tenter de ne pas dépasser la durée prévue, contrairement aux précédentes… 5:06 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: NasaTV beautiful images are worth for Festival de Cannes and win the palm🙂 5:04 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: both astronauts are seen with the sideral darkness in background, amazing 5:02 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: the FGS crate is slowly sliding out from the telescope, images are beautiful, Grunfeld is doing great 5:01 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: la poignée destinée à retirer le boitier électronic du FGS est maintenant installée 4:57 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: John Grunsfeld is preparing a new handhold allowing access to the FGS electronics… 4:53 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: crew is facing problem in trying to remove one *rusty* screw, they needs a tool with more torque. 4:45 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: John Grunsfeld a cassé sa devisseuse, l’équipage est à la recherche d’une clé manuelle pour dévisser la vis récalcitrante 4:38 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Megan is controlling the robotic arm today. 4:34 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: FGS is now accessible and its connector’s have been demated 4:33 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: Todays work is to replace the batteries of the telescope, and the Fine Guidance Sensor (FGS). 4:31 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-5: la 5ème et dernière sortie spatiale est commencée depuis 2:05 h la navette s’apprête à traverser l’Atlantique nord…. 4:28 PM May 18th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Finally the EVA-4 was 8:42 hours length, even longer than EVA-2 (7:56 hrs) 12:00 AM May 18th


May 17 – Mission Day nbre : 7, EVA #4

# Hubble EVA-4: Space Telescope Control Center said STIF control board has reached the upper thermal limit, test will be conducted over again 11:41 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Durée de la sortie : 7:47 h. malgré tout ce temps passé dans l’espace les astronautes ne sont pas blasés du spectacle … 11:33 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino ne veut pas rentrer, il a demandé un moment de plus pour pouvoir contempler la Terre à la fin de cette mission 11:28 PM May 17th

# @NASA Hubble EVA-4 : Wanted to address a special thanks to Michael Massimino and Michael Good for the wonderful day they allowed me to live 11:08 PM May 17th

# @Astro_Mike EVA-4 : Wanted to address a special thanks to Michael Massimino and Michael Good for the wonderful day they allowed me to live 11:06 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Wanted to address a special thanks to Michael Massimino and Michael Good for the wonderful day they allowed me to live…. 11:04 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Astronauts cheered the aliveness response, they now are closing the bay doors, while the orbital light is establishing🙂 10:59 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : l’astronaute Massimino indique qu’il a constaté un trou dans son gant, la combinaison semble ne pas souffrir de cette fuite. 10:56 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : The astronauts can close Hubble’s door and returning to the airlock to conclude the EVA. 10:50 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : WELL DONE Mass and Bueno the Aliveness Test is completed and is OK !!! is 7:02 hours spacewalk ! 10:48 PM May 17th

# @lipidicman haha i’m almost sure the next flights will have simpler or at least re-think latches for closing the bay doors…. 10:45 PM May 17thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-4 : the orbital darkness is falling down on the Atlantis scene, Mass and Bueno are stowing tools so they will smile tomorrow 10:41 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Aliveness test are still under way, the aim is to see if STIS power supply is powering up properly n control is send to Earth 10:35 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : some operations hasn’t be done today due to the length of the spacewalk, the isolation of the bay doors is postponed 10:32 PM May 17th

# @lipidicman might be coz they fears light leaks or mechanical deformations when the Sun warms covers, STIS technology is 12 years old🙂 10:27 PM May 17thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-4 : due to the length of the STIS reparation, tomorrows plans are modified …. 10:19 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino and Good remaining tasks are, closing doors, 10:15 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : we can see the new two handles in front of the new cover plate which is now Fixed…. the aliveness test are under way… 10:14 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Crew are now installing a brand new cover which no needs to have all the 111 screws on it. 10:11 PM May 17th

# @lipidicman Project Leader David Leckrone said his top concern was yesterday for the replacement ot 3 gyroscopes… 10:09 PM May 17thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino has replaced the low voltage power supply nbre one, then switching to nbre 2…. 10:00 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 6:11:25 shuttle video connexion lost for few minutes… just voice is on… 9:57 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 6:00+ after spacewalk has started the faulty LVPS card is extracted… new one is presented 9:53 PM May 17th

# @lipidicman what they are doing is nothing else than opening a PC… but at 325 MN high…🙂 9:49 PM May 17thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-4 : wondering is Mass and Good are attempting to reach the longest Spacewalk ever which is : 8 hrs and 56 mins…..🙂 9:48 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : then Clockwise 2 for 8 turns,….Done. seems things are going smoothly 9:44 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the PGT is set to clockwise 2 normal torque to extract the LVPS card, and then 18 turns are given to the tool 9:42 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : same for LVPS left side fastener , another sophisticated extracting tool is used to have the faulty board out of the crate 9:39 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 6 turns to release the LVPS right side fastener done 9:36 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 5:46 hours spacewalk, now the STIS low voltage power supply board must be replaced by a new one… 9:35 PM May 17th

# @lipidicman yes both capture plate and cover has been released together, they are *fighting* to put into the stowage Good is upside down 9:32 PM May 17thin reply to lipidicman

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mike Good is on the arm, he is going down to put the capture plate in safe location into the stowage container 9:26 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the electronics crate with all cards is now clearly visible, Mass will proceed to some boards replacement…. 9:23 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : The capture plate his detached from the cover plate, while Mass is cutting two wires 9:20 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : both crew helping each other in getting right position for doing their task…. 9:16 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : juste le temps de manger un bout et je reviens….🙂 9:12 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : After the 111 screws has been removed the fastener capture plate is going to be removed, giving access to the spectrograph 9:08 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : work is underway to unscrew the 111 bolts from the Spectrograph entry plate allowing access to the electronics 8:27 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the spatial night is now falling down on the spacewalkers, they are working at the light of their helmets 8:23 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : I can see the light ray coming out the the MPT , it’s comforting 8:19 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : crew are now back at work place, the new MPT is in position and working properly, get to work now..🙂 8:16 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : while Massimino is in the airlock recharging his space suit with oxygen, Bueno is on the roof cleaning some unused tools 8:09 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : la mission dure depuis plus de 4 heures, Massimino profite de son passage près du sas, pour recharger sa combi. en oxygène. 7:58 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : finally the mini power tool was located in the air lock , Mass is going up to the spectrograph level 7:55 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : I saw right the PGT batteries was empty, Massimino is getting the spare ones from the spare parts stowage location… 7:52 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : meanwhile the Atlantis/Hubble couple is flying above East Mexico heading to Florida… 7:47 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : many trivial problems are slowing down the repairing mission activity, the core of the daily repair task is still to come. 7:44 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : EVA is running out of time, spacewalk is now 1:45 hour behind the expected timetable… 7:41 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : from what I see in direct live, i cant see any light from the PGT, seems batteries are discharged ..😦 7:39 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the PGT with the lit is tested before using it to unscrew the 111 fasteners behind the capture plate… 7:37 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : after 3:46 hours of SpaceWalking, the capture plate is installed successfully, crew can move to the next step 7:34 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the aim of this capture plate is to collect the fasteners and avoiding them to float freely away… 7:18 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino is installing cautiously the legs whose will be used to clamp the 111 fasteners capture plate 7:15 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 3:16 heures de sortie spatiale, la mission a pris plus d’une heure de retard à cause de ce problème de vis grippée… 7:10 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino has succeeded to remove the fautly handrail by broken it off, unfortunately we are out of video flux for 2 minutes 7:06 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : decision’s taken to bend the handle n securing the three already unscrewed bolts by a piece of kapton tape 2 avoid floating 6:57 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : I’ts awesome to see the calm of those guys working on HST when we know how hard is to work in spacewalk conditions… 6:54 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : No new constructive plan has been found even from Earth to remove the broken bolt, the brutal force might be used … 6:36 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mission Control are looking for a plan « C » since the new PGT bit has not worked either…. 6:07 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mass is now trying a new PGT bit and is trying to fight against the reticent third and last bolt… suspense is maximum 6:03 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : better to call John Grunsfeld for help🙂 joking🙂 5:46 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mass is now rotating the PGT clockwise in order to have the tool tip reengaged in the screw head …. then he’ll do ccw 5:44 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : from what we see on TV it seems that Mass’ PGT is lacking torque and Mass is shaking his PGT back and forth desperately… 5:38 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mass is facing some hard time at lower part of the handrail in trying to have a screw removed, Mission Ctrl assist from Earth 5:34 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-2 : pour ceux qui me demandent sur la messagerie PGT veut dire : Pistol Grip Tool… 5:24 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : While NasaTV is awaiting for a new image flux from space, Atlantis is above Madascascar, Spacewalk is 1:32 hr 5:20 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Some preliminary activities are under way in order to gain access: clamping removal tools, fasteners capture plate…. 5:12 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : 111 fastener have to be removed before Massimino be able to access his own work site. 4:52 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : la réparation du spectro IR se déroule alors que Atlantis survole la Floride. 4:31 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mike Good is at robotic arm end and he has removed all HST bay2 door bolts, the STIS compartment is now widely open 4:28 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : STIS act like a prism to separate light from the cosmos into its component colors, since 2004 it was frozen in *safe* mode. 4:24 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Massimino is opening the HST Spectrograph compartment doors 4:19 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : when repaired STIS will again provide scientists with spectra and images at ultraviolet and visible wavelengths. 4:11 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : the STIS was installed in HST on 14 feb 1997, replacing the old GHRS spectrograph. 4:08 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : The todays helmet cameras nbre are 19 for Mike Massimino and 20 for Good, it can be seen at bottom right of picture 4:02 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Today’s task of Mike Massimino and Mike Good is to repair the STIS (Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph) 3:58 PM May 17th

# Hubble EVA-4 : Mike Massimino and Mike Good are in the process of pressurization into the airlock, and ready to go out in minutes. 3:52 PM May 17th

# RT @Astro_Mike From orbit: This is an awesome experience, the privilege to fly in space and work on the Hubble is beyond my dreams 12:21 AM May 17th


May 16 – Mission Day nbre : 6, EVA #3

# Hubble EVA-3: back to Earth a moment for me, there is the Eurovision Song Contest right now and would like France wins with Patricia KAAS 10:14 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Megan McArthur is doing a fantastic job at the robotic arm control… 9:29 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: the aliveness test on ACS has been just conducted and declared GOOD ! Well done John and Andrew 9:24 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: après une installation et réparation ultrarapide du spectrographe ACS, les tests viennent d’être déclarés Satisfaisants !!! 9:21 PM May 16th

# John Grunsfeld and Drew Feustal are their way to close the doors of the spectrograph module, both tasks of ACS repair has been completed. 9:18 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: ACS new electronics module power supply has been connected, crew are ahead of their timetable, entering cleanup operation now 9:02 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: ACS electronics module is going to be completely installed, 4 cards are all installed in only one operation. 8:40 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Things are going smoothly with EVA-3, crew are ahead of timeline… so hey switch to the next step earlier than scheduled… 8:37 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: All ACS’s cards has been removed from the Advanced Camera for Surveys electronic crate.. WELL DONE 4:47 min of the Space walk 8:23 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: fourth cards seem a bit reluctant to be extracted John is operating… 8:22 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: 4:37 hours spacewalk, the first ACS card has been extracted successfully with the card extraction tool … 8:15 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: 4:24 hrs spacewalk, the 4 cards have to be extracted, a new specially designed card extraction tool will be used for this task 8:12 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: it seems all of the 4 electronics ACS cards will be replaced, two fasteners at each end of every card has to be unscrewed.. 8:03 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Drew Feustal will now do his part of the job, real works begins with the reparation of the CCD electronic part of the ACS.. 7:59 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: the capture plate has collected all the 32 fasteners, they are now fitted into a special bag for future utilization. 7:56 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: one of the capture plate’s aim is to capture the screws as they are removed and not to let any debris floating at the end of the day 7:51 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Huge preliminary work 2 install tools on the ACS crate, those tools will gain access 2 the 4 cards which only 2 will b replced 7:47 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Another very specialized tool is used by John to remove the 32 non captive fasteners located deeper into the ACS crate. 7:36 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: the plate tool going to be attached to the top of crate holding the cards is only used to clearing access to the electronic 7:24 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: in order to access electronics boards, 32 bolts are removed one by one by John,… hope bolts are magnetized.. 7:12 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: NavaTV show tiss morning, ze ultra specialized tools that crew will use in ze next fiew min. to replace ACS elcetronics cards 7:04 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Task accomplished 1: WFC-3, 2: SIC&DH, 3:RSUs, 4:Batteries, 5a:COS, 5b: COS batteries… best is to come🙂 7:01 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: 5 of 6 main tasks has been achieved up to now… the second part of the fifth will be conducted during the next 2 days.. 6:57 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: Mission Control confirm que le courant est bien coupé dans le module ACS, évitant ainsi les court-circuits éventuels… 6:54 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: 3:11 hours out in the Space, now John and Drew will commute to the ACS replacement task. 6:52 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: le Gros spectrographe est maintenant dans son container, bien verrouillé pour sa future rentrée dans l’athmosphère… 6:49 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: one bolt was diffcult to tight in the COSTAR stowing container, The spectograph is now in its box ready to return home. 6:46 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3: impressive images John flying with the big COSTAR cabinet at the finger tips, defunt unit is latched to its stowage location 6:24 PM May 16th

# EVA-3 SPS 125 mission : Mission Control au sol à observé qu’une des 32 vis n’avait pas été bien serrée dans le coin haut gauche de CAS…!!! 6:06 PM May 16th

# EVA-3 SPS 125 mission : The new spectrograph COS is now screwed into the telescope body… John and Drew are doing great job… 5:54 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3 : second today’s mission is to proceed with the Spectrograph (COS) tests and install the ACS : Advanced Camera for Surveys.. 12:18 PM May 16th

# Hubble EVA-3 : first today’s mission is to replace the defunt COSTAR by the new COS : Cosmic Origins Spectrographe. 12:15 PM May 16th

# This song is currently awaking up the crew at Atlantis/Hubble[Eagles – Hotel California] ><((((º>…><((((º>… ? http://blip.fm/~6e6jd 11:38 AM May 16th

# Hubble STS125 SM-4 flight may be tracked in real time here : http://tinyurl.com/3cebsj 11:07 AM May 16th

# @CxMusic je peux suivre la position de Atlantis/Hubble en temps réel sur cette awesome carte, it’s kewl : http://tinyurl.com/3cebsj 11:05 AM May 16th in reply to CxMusic


May 15 – Mission Day nbre : 5, EVA #2

# Hubble EVA-2 : After 7:25 hours the spacewalker are ending their tasks, and doing some clean up, before entering the air lock …. 10:18 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Mike Good is proceeding to the replacement of the 14 used batteries, they will be replaced by a new set… 6:37 hours working out 9:28 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Massimino is coming out from the telescope, operation timetable is almost one hour behind schedule …. RSU issue will be 6:33 PM May 15th

# 3:44 of work, Finally after an incredible mixup it seems that the bolts has been tightened and the electrical connectors has been secured ! 6:27 PM May 15th

# Massimino could not attach the RSU-2 to its location, so they are doing back and trying to install another unit in the failing slot …zut 6:20 PM May 15th

# Massimino is facing problem in seating the third RSU, seems that the thickness of three layers of velcro prevents a correct alignment…:( 5:45 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : les astronautes procèdent au remplacement des composants RSU, la mission a commencé à 15:49 (gmt), déjà 2:10h dans l’espace 5:05 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : RSU2 is properly completed, spacewalkers received the Go for RSU3 ! 4:49 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Michael Good helped gy Michael Massimino has sealed the the second RSU into the body of the telescope, all sounds good 4:37 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2: todays Good and Massimino’ job is to replace the RSUs (Rate Sensor Units) and Bay2 batteries, should be done in next 2 hrs 2:15 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : both spacewalkers are in the process of eliminating nitrogen from their body and pressurization of their space suit… 1:48 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Venus en gros plan fuyant… nice to feel the deepest of the dark sky 1:02 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Good and Massimino during their second space walk of the day will replace the Space telescope imaging spectrograph 12:41 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : is the first EVA for Michael Good while Michael Massimino has already 3 EVA on his account…. 12:39 PM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Atlantis is currently @ 580 km high flying above eastern area of Australia…. 11:12 AM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : impressive task for Michael Massimino this morning, he has to get inside the telescope itself whose was closed since 16 years 11:05 AM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : Michael Good and Michael Massimino for their first spacewalk will proceed to the telescope batteries replacement this mornin 10:59 AM May 15th

# Hubble crew are doing some morning activities & preparing the EVA, stars can be seen in the background of the the robotic arm camera view 10:54 AM May 15th

# Hubble EVA-2 : L’équipage va être réveillé à 8:31 GMT, la sortie EVA-2 est prévue à 12:16 GMT. Michael Good and Michael Massimino sortiront. 9:20 AM May 15th


May 14 – Mission Day nbre : 4, EVA #1

# The NASA space shuttle Atlantis & the Hubble Telescope are seen in silhouette, side side in this solar transit pic http://tinyurl.com/qzxybo 11:47 PM May 14th

# Hubble : the post EVA activity is mainly to discuss the tomorrows EVA-2 tasks, the EVA-2 crew will be : Michael Good and Michael Massimino 10:32 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : both spacewalkers still are into the airlock in the process of the pressurization, awaiting 2 joining their colleagues inside 10:20 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 7:20 hours, is the total EVA time for both spacewalkers, Thanks to you for the beautiful emotions you gave us…. 10:15 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : John Grunsfeld and Andrew Feustal are waiting for the shuttle door to open…. great job done 10:07 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : EVA-1 is ended, J & D are in the repressurization sas in the way to reenter Atlantis 10:03 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Well, spacewalk is ending up, John and Andrew still have to clean up the bay before joining the other crew inside Atlantis 10:02 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Spacewalker are ontheir way down 10:02 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Well, spacewalk is ending up, John and Andrew still have to clean up the bay before joining the other crew inside Atlantis 9:52 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Grunsfeld and Feustel are reading and confirming the check list in order to see if any tool has not been lost during EVA-1 9:43 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : quand je vois John posé au bout de son bras robotique voler au dessus de Atlantis à 28000 kmh j’ai comme le vertige…. 9:40 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Don’t know if crew have time to look the beauty of the Earth at their feet..9:37 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Seems like the doors kick lock are hard to install, they only are used to easy tomorrows EVA-2 operation..thanks 2 EVA-2 crew 9:35 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : wow… right John you have to secure your tools… or they could fly off…..:) 9:29 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : La mission SM-4 a pris du retard suite à des problèmes de fermeture des portes du télescope. le briefing aura lieu 45 mn 9:18 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Today’s mission briefing will begin approx. 45 minutes after the spacewalk ends. 9:15 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : spacewalk crew must be so tired after almost 6 hours of soo hard work, chapeau John and Drew ! 9:09 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 10 additional minutes are allowed to the crew…. 9:05 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : it might be a solution to let the bolt nbre2 partially install and end up the space walk for today, 9:04 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Some trivial difficulties occurs in tightening properly bolt number 2 so bottom bolt have to unscrewed a bit to easier … 9:02 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 5:55 heures dehors: John et Andrew fixent les ‘tôles’ provisoirement pour la nuit afin de faciliter l’ouverture pour l’EVA-2 8:51 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 5:51 hrs spent outside the shuttle John&Andrew are installing some tools in order to make easy the tomorrows EVA-2 operation 8:44 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : détail de la mission SM-4 et liste de l’équipage ici : http://bit.ly/1bEtKE 8:03 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : bientôt 5 heures de sortie extra vehiculaire pour la mission SM-4, aucun incident à signaler pour le moment… ><((((º>… 8:01 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : new task on the -V2 door is forecast to last one and the half hour to be completed 7:59 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : I’m impressed by the calm shown by John n Andrews, things seems sooo easy there… 7:57 PM May 14th

# @NASA welcome to the Direct Live, we were waiting for yr tweets… 7:55 PM May 14th in reply to NASA

# Hubble EVA-1 : John n Andrews are now working at the telescope base, hope that they bring some spare batteries for their screwdriver tool.. 7:53 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : that’s it John Grunsfeld close the door of the Hubble Bay 10, very emotional… last time was 16 years ago…. 7:45 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 4:45 hours working in sideral space, SIC&DH in now completely installed in Bay 10, the bay door will be close soon.. 7:41 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : How beautiful the shinning stars in the background while John and Andrew are finishing of tightening the bolts…. 7:34 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : Complete inspection to the components on SIC&DH in Bay 10 door and inside the bay too is currently conducted … 7:21 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : the 10 bolts of the SIC&DH in Bay 10 has been removed, now the components replacing sequence can takes place, John is happy 7:09 PM May 14th

# @resofactor Are you at Hubble or @Goddard Space Flight Center.. i’m following the achievements about CTP E System, very promising technology 7:02 PM May 14thin reply to resofactor

# Hubble EVA-1 : Spacewalk crew are starting to replace the SIC&DH, there are 10 bolts to remove, John is using the PGT nbre 7 6:51 PM May 14th

# @resofactor do ya mean Nikola Tesla the magnetic field’ father wow aren’t u lucky to work with his successor, i’m reading u differently now 6:46 PM May 14th in reply to resofactor

# Today France and ESA have successfully launched from Kourou (Guyane française) the universe research satellites : Herschel et Planck 6:40 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : While John Grunsfeld is securing latches on WFC-2 enclosure, we can see on the background a beautiful planet Earth…. 6:31 PM May 14th

# @resofactor C-domain Communication heuh… let me posted pls 6:28 PM May 14th in reply to resofactor

# Hubble EVA-1 : Earth Space Center to EVA-1crew : Test of WFC-3 has been performed and are Good, Great Job…. 6:25 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1 : 3:26 min the EVA-1crew are working out, John and Andrew are attaching and securing old material into stowage location 6:23 PM May 14th

# @resofactor I’m wide open minded toward those new theories but I can’t see any new carrier as support to the light, I need more investigat 6:17 PM May 14th in reply to resofactor

# Hubble EVA-1: while old wfc2 is carefully stowed into the container for its way back home, test with WFC-3 are under way with Space Control 6:08 PM May 14th

# @resofactor haha FTL for me is still in the SF domain, Planck would not liked that idea imho…. 6:01 PM May 14th in reply to resofactor

# Hubble EVA-1: amazing view of the Earth slightly enlightened behind the scene, simply beautiful.. 5:56 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: sunrise now on the spacewalk, the old WFC2 is going to be secured in the container for its way back to Earth…. 5:54 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: orbit 246 of SM-4 is under way, now the WF camera3 installation is complete, the communications with Earth will be tested soon 5:51 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: John is counting every of the 22 turns needed to tight the WFC3 bolts…. 5:43 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: upto now Atlantis crew hasn’t faced any impact with space debris like those of the chinese telecom spacecraft flying around.. 5:41 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: Les astronautes sont plongés dans la nuit spatiale, la nouvelle camera WFC3 est en cours de fixation 5:38 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: Nasa TV images are back now, its the space dark night now over there… 5:36 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: more than 2:30 hours than crew is working on the replacement of Wide Field Camera 5:35 PM May 14th

# Hubble EVA-1: the new WFC3 is in its cabinet and all cables are cleared n attached within the container, John Grunsfeld did a great job… 5:30 PM May 14th

# Hubble all WFC3 connectors are cleared now, john Grunsfeld said 5:27 PM May 14th

# Hubble : crew is 25 min behind the schedule due to the latch removing in the 16 years old WFC2…. 5:25 PM May 14th

# Hubble : another 22 turns bolt have to be fixed.. (unfortunately we are loosing images connexion from space..) 5:20 PM May 14th

# @resofactor if your are talking about the worm holes, all of this is still to be confirmed, it only exist under the pen tip of researchers. 5:17 PM May 14thin reply to resofactor

# What a nice tools they brings over there, hope they have spare batteries for their 10 turns torques 5:13 PM May 14th

# Hubble : The new camera WFC3 is exposed and is attached to its hew home, te souhaites un bon séjour…là_haut 5:10 PM May 14th

# Hubble : la camera planetaire WFPC2 est démontée et descendue dans la soute …. images impressionnantes 5:07 PM May 14th

# that’s it the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 is out and is being maneuvered to its temporary stowage…. 5:05 PM May 14th

# @resofactor am not sure humans could break the light speed wall on day…. 5:02 PM May 14th in reply to resofactor

# Hubble : les astronautes rencontrent des difficultés pour démonter la camera planetaire qui est en place depuis 16 ans, 22 tours à faire 4:59 PM May 14th

# Grunsfeld and Feustel are doing great job on Hubble, they found broken bolts and are trying to remove them…. and all in live on TV, wow! 4:52 PM May 14th

# Atlantis Captures Hubble, see the video : http://tinyurl.com/pv4pcf 2:26 AM May 14th

# L’équipage de la Navette Atlantis a trouvé Hubble : http://bit.ly/1bEtKE 2:10 AM May 14th

# Hubble Space Mission 4 – Next Stop – Atlantis! http://bit.ly/KiYbw 2:08 AM May 14th

# Within the next 10 min. Atlantis SM-4 mission will find a 40 cm long metallic debris on ist way…. hopping the orbital gap will be enough 12:35 AM May 14th

# waiting for tomorrow’s EVA 1, first spacewalk for Atlantis’ crew… image on Nasa TV just takes your breath away. 10:35 PM May 13th


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  1. Caroline
    22 mai 2009 à 08:31

    C’est beau la passion !

    Ils reviennent aujourd’hui, ça va leur faire tout drôle j’imagine …

    Câlins tout plein🙂

  2. pat
    22 mai 2009 à 04:41

    Merci d’avoir regroupé tes tweets ici , bonne idée .Bonne journée …

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