This is a really tremendous adventure that we've been on, a very challenging mission. Hubble isn't just a satellite -- it's about humanity's quest for knowledgeHubble spacewalkers complete all tasks May 18, 2009
I am the last person to ever hug Hubble. This is something very personalDocuments challenge NASA's Hubble decision Feb 10, 2004
There is now a timetable for when this family member departs. We want the remaining time to be quality timeDocuments challenge NASA's Hubble decision Feb 10, 2004
I think the best thing that we could do with Hubble is at least to keep it going so that it has a fair overlap with Next Generation Space TelescopeNASA making plans for Hubble successor Mar 11, 2002
The work on the telescope for me was just a dream come trueHubble repair squad packs for landing Mar 11, 2002
John Mace Grunsfeld (Ph.D.) (born October 10, 1958) is an American physicist and a NASA astronaut. He is a veteran of five spaceflights and has also served as NASA Chief Scientist.
Born in Chicago, Illinois. Married to the former Carol E. Schiff. They have two children. John enjoys mountaineering, flying, sailing, bicycling, and music. His father, Ernest A. Grunsfeld III, resides in Highland Park, Illinois.
Graduated from Highland Park High School, Highland Park, Illinois, in 1976; received a bachelor of science degree in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1980; a master of science degree and a doctor of philosophy degree in physics from the University of Chicago in 1984 and 1988, respectively.