Adventures in Space by Elaine Scott
The Flight to Fix the Hubble

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Words and color photographs record the extraordinary mission of the space shuttle Endeavour to fix the malfunctioning Hubble telescope, from what the seven astronauts ate and how they bathed to their training and the five daring spacewalks.
 

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Elaine Scott, a veteran nonfiction writer, is often praised for making complicated scientific concepts accessible for young readers. She lives in Houston, Texas. Miller Was Born in Romania in 1945 and Spent Her Earliest Years in Germany Before Coming to America. She Has Two Grown Children and Lives with Her Husband in Long Island, NY.
 
Published April 17, 1995 by Hyperion Books for Children. 64 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Trouble with the Hubble Space Telescope prompts an unusual space mission, and an invitation to readers to go behind the scenes at NASA and view preparations for the flight by astronauts and others. Ag

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Trouble with the Hubble Space Telescope prompts an unusual space mission, and an invitation to readers to go behind the scenes at NASA and view preparations for the flight by astronauts and others.

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