Hubble Telescope’s Highs and Lows

The Hubble Space Telescope has circled Earth once every 97 minutes since it was launched in 1990, peering into deep space and sending back digital postcards that have wowed the world. But it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the world’s best-known eye in the sky. Click through this slideshow to learn about the space telescope’s highs and lows, as described by the experts most familiar with Hubble’s history.