The Hubble Space Telescope is the most productive scientific endeavor of all time. Its story is dramatic, with huge expectations, dismal failure, plucky resolve, a sensational rescue mission, and enormous success. How can the results and the story of Hubble bring us hope? Steve Leete is an engineer who worked for NASA on the last three Hubble Servicing Missions as part of a team that supported three crews of astronauts flying on the Space Shuttle to repair and upgrade this iconic spacecraft. Steve will share reflections on his personal experience, as well as explore what it can tell us about the resilience and ingenuity of humans, about the quest for knowledge of the nature and origins of the universe, and what meaning there is for our own personal lives.
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Prelude and on-line gathering begin at 10:30am, worship service begins at 11:00am.
American Sign Language interpretation will be available during the service at this link: