The James Webb Space Telescope is now scheduled to be just under He spends another day on the launch pad to finally make his way to space. However, if this launcher opportunity is not available, other launcher opportunities will be considered daily until the end of this year.
James Webb Space Telescope in
pre-assembled position before being placed inside the nose of the
Arian 5 rocket
- 29 days of panic with the Web Space Telescope; from launch to Aftermath
In this journey, the observatory complex opens like an origami during the most complex deployment process in space. First, the observatory set is separated from the various stages of the rocket, and then the Telescope is opened by the opening of a canopy or sunshade. The flaps and mirrors are then fully opened to finalize the Telescope and prepare for the first skylights and initial tests. The famous mirror of the James Webb Telescope is 6.5 meters wide and consists of 18 sections. It is made of gold-plated and must be carefully opened and carefully put together during the James Webb voyage. Will be completed by mid-2022 after launch, and the Telescope will begin deep observations of the solar system, galaxy, and beyond.
Graphic design of the nose separation of the Arian 5 rocket
after launch and exposure of the web Telescope
Credit: ESA/D. Ducros
While most of the Hubble Space Telescope's observations were in visible light, the James Webb Observatory specializes in collecting infrared light, which helps astronomers extend the state of the universe far beyond What mankind has ever known
Web Telescope over time looks more than 13 billion years ago and receives dim light from that time to form galaxies shortly after the Big Bang. Took to reveal. According to experts, the James Webb Telescope will begin our understanding of the modified universe and a new era in human exploration. /> Credit: Salon/Getty Images
Video Credit: NASA/Northrop Grumman
Sources: Space, Salon, Science Alert
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