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Podcast: Hubble set for repair while Bezos’ $30m bidder changes spaceflight plans

Robyn Tongol

This week saw NASA finally locate a possible repair for the famous Hubble Space Telescope, while Blue Origin announced that its $30 million bidder for a seat on Jeff Bezos’ space flight is suddenly too busy to attend.

Podcast: Hubble set for repair while Bezos’ $30m bidder changes spaceflight plans
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In this episode of the Space Connect Podcast, co-hosts Adam Thorn, Liam Garman and Hannah Dowling discuss the upcoming Bezos spaceflight on Blue Origin’s New Shepard spacecraft, the multimillion-dollar bidder’s sudden change of heart, and who is set to take their place.

Plus, the team talks you through the current state of the Hubble Space Telescope after being out of action for over a month, and how NASA believes it has located a possible repair for the flying observatory.

Closer to home, the team also discusses a new partnership between Thales Australia and Western Sydney University, and their recent grant funding falling under NASA’s Moon to Mars mission.

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