I've read that Hubble is in geosynchronous orbit, but precisely what point on Earth does it remain in orbit over?
If the NASA app was working on my phone, I'd be able to check, but it seems it stopped working after that last android update.Oooops! = major inattention on my part, I thought this was about ISS ,
I'll put that down to overdoing it with multitasking, to many tabs open at once.
Anyway as said above, NASA do have a number of apps and websites where all the info of missions is available for the public.
(I think the Curiosity rover on Mars even has a presence on twitter!),