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How was the James Webb telescope made?

It uses giant, gold-coated mirrors to see the universe. It's very difficult to launch a giant, heavy mirror into space. So, engineers gave the Webb telescope 18 smaller mirrors that fit together like a puzzle. The mirrors fold up inside the rocket, then unfold to form one large mirror in orbit.

On 12 July 2022, months of eager anticipation paid off, as NASA released the first full colour images of the cosmos captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. Find out how James Webb Space Telescope will study galaxies, and how James Webb Space Telescope will study exoplanets.Aug 23, 2022

On 12 July 2022, months of eager anticipation paid off, as NASA released the first full colour images of the cosmos captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. Find out how James Webb Space Telescope will study galaxies, and how James Webb Space Telescope will study exoplanets.Aug 23, 2022

On 12 July 2022, months of eager anticipation paid off, as NASA released the first full colour images of the cosmos captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. Find out how James Webb Space Telescope will study galaxies, and how James Webb Space Telescope will study exoplanets.6 days ago

FAQ Full General Public Webb Telescope/nasa

The James Webb Space Telescope was originally called the "Next Generation Space Telescope," or NGST. It was called "Next Generation" because Webb will build on and continue the science exploration started by the Hubble Space Telescope.

FAQ Full General Public Webb Telescope/nasa

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is the largest space telescope in history. The telescope was launched on December 25, 2021 from Europe's spaceport in French Guiana. It is named after James Webb, NASA's second administrator who led many of NASA's science missions.

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is the largest space telescope in history. The telescope was launched on December 25, 2021 from Europe's spaceport in French Guiana. It is named after James Webb, NASA's second administrator who led many of NASA's science missions.

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

James Webb Space Telescope: Launch Date, Size And Mission Goals

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

James Webb Space Telescope: Launch Date, Size And Mission Goals

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

James Webb Space Telescope: Launch Date, Size And Mission Goals

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

James Webb Space Telescope: Launch Date, Size And Mission Goals

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.

Where is the James Webb Space Telescope now? The James Webb Space Telescope is now in L2 Orbit - its final destination, about 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.