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Hubble’s Successor Passes Final Functional Test Before Launch – IFLScience

Things are looking good for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The project was first thought of back in 1996 as the Next Generation Space Telescope and

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Things are looking good for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The project was first thought of back in 1996 as the Next Generation Space Telescope and this ambitious project had a very long and difficult road to travel. But it seems now that we are truly getting close to a launch.
NASA has announced that the telescope has completed the final functional performance tests. Internal electronics are all functioning and the observatory and its four instruments are all sending and receiving data…

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