KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA - A computer malfunction has repositioned the Hubble telescope away from an erupting star and onto a college girl's dormitory window. According to NASA spokesperson Bud Conners, "Hubble's supposed to be charting new eruptions on V383 Monocerotis, but instead is sending detailed images from some chick's bedroom at the University of Texas in Austin." Space shuttle Atlantis will replace the flawed computer during a scheduled May maintenance flight. But Conners, who discovered the targeting error, remains perplexed. "Looking at the Hubble logs, you can see this mistake happened almost a year ago. And I think it was done deliberately. But we're still checking."