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- Edward Weiler an astrophysicist and leading scientist at NASA. He served as chief scientist of the Hubble Space Telescope from 1979-1998. Currently he is the associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate. He is the author of "Hubble: A Journey Through Space and Time."
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