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The James Webb Space Telescope in a nutshell [Space]
posted January 28 2013 18:25.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Why all that fuzz about the James Webb Space Telescope? How big is it? What will be used for? Where will it orbit? How far can it see? And what light spectrum is sensitive to? Watch the video to learn why 2018 will be a great year for space science when the James Webb Space Telescope will be launched.

[Link: tdarnell]

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