Learn more about the Hubble Space Telescope at the Freedom Museum in Manassas.
One June 20 at 7:30 p.m., NASA engineer Steven Leete will talk about the telescope and its future. The talk will take place at 10600 Harry Parrish Boulevard.
More on Leete, from a release:
Mr. Leete joined NASA in 1987 and worked on several space flight missions, including the Cosmic Background Explorer, Cassini/Composite Infrared Spectrometer, Landsat 7, three Hubble Space Telescope servicing missions, and Constellation.
Mr. Leete, received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Princeton University in 1981 and worked for Hughes Aircraft Company on Intelsat VI before joining NASA. He received his Master of Science in Engineering from George Washington University in 1997. He has published articles on the mass driver, satellite servicing, and space solar power.
Admission is free and refreshments will be served.