Test, Test, and Retest – Hubble’s Servicing Mission 1 (Frank Cepollina)

  • Released Monday, December 11, 2023

Embark on a cosmic odyssey with Frank Cepollina, a driving force behind the success of Hubble's Servicing Mission 1. Discover firsthand accounts of his instrumental role in the mission, revealing the innovative solutions and relentless determination that revitalized the Hubble Space Telescope.

Join us in exploring the transformative impact of Cepollina's leadership during Servicing Mission 1, overcoming challenges and achieving triumphs to enhance Hubble's capabilities. Take a celestial journey through the stars and witness the cosmic wonders captured by Hubble, a testament to Cepollina's visionary approach and the dedication of the mission team.

Uncover the enduring legacy of Frank Cepollina and his pivotal role in reshaping our understanding of the cosmos. Get ready for an awe-inspiring exploration of cosmic achievements that continue to inspire wonder, all made possible by the ingenuity and commitment of the team behind Servicing Mission 1.

For more information, visit https://nasa.gov/hubble.

Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Paul Morris: Lead Producer
John Philyaw: Lead Camera Operator
Frank Cepollina: Interviewee

Music Credits:
"Coronation" by Adrian Mena Arrabal [PRS] via Killer Tracks [BMI] and Universal Production Music

“Snapshots of History” by Michael Andrew MacLennan [PRS] via Aurora [PRS] and Universal Production Music

“Heightened Stakes 3” by Joel Goodman [ASCAP] via Medley Lane Music [ASCAP] and Universal Production Music

“Shifting Alliance” by Jessica Charlotte Dannheisser [PRS] via Abbey Road Masters [PRS] and Universal Production Music

“Beloved Earth” by JC Lemay [SACEM] via Koka Media [SACEM], Universal Production Music France [SACEM], and Universal Production Music

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Release date

This page was originally published on Monday, December 11, 2023.
This page was last updated on Friday, November 24, 2023 at 9:08 PM EST.


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