CATS: Crew Aids and Tools
A team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center designs and builds the special tools and aids astronauts need when they service the Hubble Space Telescope. Engineers describe working with the astronaut crew and developing tools to meet specific challenges as well as inventing new tools that will help NASA astronauts well into the future.
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Aerospace Airlock Astronaut Astrophysics Atlantis Batteries Cargo Bay Carriers CATS Cleanroom COS Crew Aids and Tools Edited Feature Engineers Fastener Capture Plate FCP Flight Support System FSIPE Goddard Space Flight Center HDTV HST Hubble Space Telescope Justin Cassidy Mike Massimino Mini-power Tool MPT MULE Narrated NBL ORUC PGT Servicing Mission 4 Shuttle Bay SLIC SM4 SMC Space Shuttle Spacecraft Testing WFC3 WSIPE
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