[<< wikinews] National Academy of Sciences recommends manned Hubble repair
December 9, 2004. A National Academy of Sciences committee has recommended that the National Aeronautical and Space Administration send astronauts to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. The Academy's National Research Council assembled the committee. The committee's chairman is New Jersey Institute of Technology physics professor Dr. Louis J. Lanzerotti.

== References ==
Ashley, S. (January, 2005). A bad fix for Hubble?. In Scientific American, 292, 20 – 22.
Berger, B. Recommended Hubble Repair Mission Gets Measured Response from Congress.
Leary, W. E. & Overbye, D. (December 9, 2004). Panel urges shuttle mission to help Hubble Telescope. In The New York Times, CLIV, A21.