File - The Hubble Space Telescope is shown following its release from the space shuttle Discovery in this Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1997 file photo provided by NASA. The Hubble Space Telescope is about to get one last house call. And never before have the risks been higher. On Monday, May 11, 2009 astronauts will rocket away to the most famous telescope of modern times. They'll be taking up new scientific instruments, replacement parts for broken cameras and fresh batteries that should keep Hubble running for five to 10 years. (AP Photo/NASA/file)

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File - The Hubble Space Telescope is shown following its release from the space shuttle Discovery in this Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1997 file photo provided by NASA. The Hubble Space Telescope is about to get one last house call. And never before have the risks been higher. On Monday, May 11, 2009 astronauts will rocket away to the most famous telescope of modern times. They'll be taking up new scientific instruments, replacement parts for broken cameras and fresh batteries that should keep Hubble running for five to 10 years. (AP Photo/NASA/file)

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