NASA’s, which has faced numerous delays due to numerous technical issues. James Webb Space Telescope, with the new shared launch date. Normally, the telescope in question was planned to be launched in October, but with the latest update made by NASA, the launch, December 18
It was announced that it will take place on .
The subject of the word is the telescope, the name of which you have definitely heard somewhere. Hubble Space Telescope will replace it. With the final tests completed, only the final touches and transport to the launch site remain. The transport of the rocket, which will take it into space, has been completed.
Farthest galaxies from our solar system:
James Webb Telescope currently located in California At Northrop Grumman Facilities. The scientists here are doing the final maintenance of the telescope, which will be transported to the launch site, and on the other hand, the telescope ready to move brings it.
When brought to the launch area, the telescope in question, Arianespacecompany Ariane 5 will go into space with his rocket. It was also shared that the rocket was delivered safely to French Guiana. In other words, we can say that there is no apparent obstacle for the travel of the James Webb Telescope. Let’s take a brief look at the major missions of the James Webb Telescope.
will be able to see as far back as 13.5 billion years:
We said that the telescope in question will replace the Hubble Space Telescope. The cameras used in the Hubble telescope offered a very narrow observation capacity as they could not see beyond a certain depth in space. The James Webb Telescope will go far beyond Hubble as it uses infrared instruments. In this context, the new telescope, will be able to see as far back as 13.5 billion years.
This too Tons of information about the history of the cosmos
It means . With this situation, which will be a first in the history of humanity, the James Webb Telescope; It will enable us to learn about the histories of galaxies, planets, stars and more.
In this context, it would not be wrong to describe the telescope as ‘the version of Hubble developed with today’s technology’.