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April 25, 1990, Deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope
NASA's Amazing Daily Image
In this April 25, 1990, photograph taken by the crew of the STS-31 space shuttle mission, the Hubble Space Telescope is suspended above shuttle Discovery's cargo bay some 332 nautical miles above Earth.