Yes, more Hubble stuff. Busy week again for the shuttle, and our favorite telescope. The final spacewalk completed today and despite a scary moment when John Grunsfeld bumped into an antenna and knocked something off (works fine, nothing to worry about) the Hubble is all closed up and ready to go again. John is most likely to be the last human to every have his hands on the scope. After this flight, the scope will never be seen again by human eyes. Kind of sad to think, but at least it will be sending down some more great images for more years before getting dumped in the Pacific ocean.
Anyway, Boston.com has again come up with a fine photo essay of the mission. Check out the photos!