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HST

Abbreviation for:
haematopoietic stem cell transplantation
Harvard Step Test, see there
hereditary stomatocytosis
higher surgical trainee 
higher surgical training, see there 
human serum transferase
hydroxysteroid sulphotransferase
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What the kids at the Integrated Care Institute found as fascinating as exo-planets, if not more so, was Hoffman's story about the space trip he made in December 1993 for the rescue and repair of the initially flawed Hubble Space Telescope.
lt;div class="caption">Stars Bursting to Life in Chaotic Carina Nebula These two images of a huge pillar of star birth demonstrate how observations taken in visible and in infrared light by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveal dramatically different and complementary views of an object.
The event is part of the Hubble Space Telescope science team's educational outreach program, Amarant said.
Providing the on-orbit propulsion for NASA to deploy and subsequently repair and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope is something we are all proud of here at Aerojet," said Aerojet's Director of Business Development, Joe Cassady.
Horowitz has logged more than 1,100 hours in space, including flying on missions to modify the Hubble space telescope and two missions to help build the International Space Station.
A Chandra X-ray image (1) of Eta Carinae, our galaxy's most luminous star (7,500 light years from Earth), as compared to an optical image by the Hubble Space Telescope (2).
It's an image, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, of a disk of dust surrounding a nearby star.
In October, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured this photo of two nearby colliding galaxies (orbiting systems of billions of stars).
The Hubble Space Telescope has for the first time recorded an eclipse on Uranus.
Last September the Hubble Space Telescope transmitted vivid photos from space of what could be the Milky Way's most luminous star.
But there it is, near the center of the Milky Way, long hidden from the human eye by vast dust clouds, and its magnitude only now revealed by the Hubble Space Telescope, using a camera sensitive to the infrared light that penetrates the clouds.