James Webb Space Telescope latest: Spaceship chasing aliens unfold on their way to study the universe

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is moving further into space – to look deeper into the universe than ever before.

After decades of delays and problems, the telescope had a much more successful launch on Christmas Day than expected, and it will continue to study the cosmos for years, Nasa said.

Before doing so, it must find its position in space, in a place known as L2, and hover in a precise gravitational position that allows it to study space.

In its path, it will continue to unfold the precise scientific instruments that will allow it to look deep into the beginning of the universe, look for other potentially habitable planets, and more.

Stay tuned for the latest updates as the telescope makes its journey.


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… to The independent‘s live coverage of NASA’s work to get the James Webb Space Telescope deep into space – to a vantage point where it will look into the beginning of time.

Andrew GriffinDecember 30, 2021 2:31 PM

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