NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is en route further into space – to look deeper into the universe than ever before.
After decades of delays and problems, the telescope had a much more successful than expected launch on Christmas Day and will continue to study the cosmos for years to come, NASA said.
Before that, he must find his position in space, at a place known as L2, by hovering in a precise gravitational position that will allow him to study space.
On his way, he will continue to deploy the precise scientific instruments that will allow him to scrutinize deeply the beginnings of the universe, to search for other potentially habitable planets, and much more.
Keep up with the latest updates as the telescope makes its journey.
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… at The independentLive coverage of NASA’s work to bring the James Webb Space Telescope deep into space – to a vantage point where it will scrutinize the beginnings of time.
Andrew GriffinDecember 30, 2021 2:31 PM