Space.com’s Mike Wall explains Hubble Space Telescope glitch

Matt Bubala

This May 13, 2009 photo made available by NASA shows the Hubble Space Telescope from the space shuttle Atlantis, orbiting the Earth. On Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, the Space Telescope Science Institute says the instrument has resumed observations. It had stopped working on Jan. 8. (NASA via AP)

Mike Wall, Senior Writer for Space.com, is with Matt Bubala to discuss the recent malfunction taking place aboard the Hubble Space Telescope and the continued search for intelligent life in the universe.

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