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Hot stage: Work is underway to install mirrors on the James Webb Space Telescope

Hot stage: Work is underway to install mirrors on the James Webb Space Telescope

The critical phase of the construction of the James Webb Space Telescope has now begun. After spreading the side mirrors, the construction of the main glass is now ready. NASA explains important details about this.

The final and most complex part of the construction of the new James Webb Space Telescope will begin this weekend. The next steps before the Hubble heir is actually commissioned are NASA TV, NASA App and The. American Space Agency website Know. According to previous plans, the NASA Presumably today, January 8, with the CET broadcast at 3 p.m.

NASA wants to report the last hours of big web missions live. As a final step, the web team plans to use the second of the telescope’s two main glass wings. The Port Main Transmission Wing is fully extended and locked. Once the next phase is complete, the James Webb telescope will be able to expand into space and move on to scientific activities.

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Webb is a joint venture between ESA (European Space Agency) and the Canadian Space Agency. The telescope was launched on December 25 from the European Space Agency in Guerrero, French Guiana. The web is now in the process of being unveiled in space in its final configuration, the last process being directly controlled by humans before the telescope could send images to Earth. Depending on what the layout of the main mirror will look like now, the schedule for the milestones will have to change.

However, so far, the team has faced only a few problems, they could not tense the sun protection according to plan and thus lost valuable time.

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According to NASA, once fully operational, the web will be able to explore every phase of cosmic history – from the solar system to the farthest visible galaxies in the early universe and everything in between. “The web will help mankind discover new – and certainly unexpected – discoveries and understand the origin of the universe and our place in it.”

NASA provides regular updates Web-telescope-blog. Anyone who wants to access the Internet can use the Internet with an interactive tracker. “Where is the web?“And about Deployments Explorer Web Page To proceed.

See also:

NASA, Start, Orbit, James Web Telescope, James Web Space Telescope, JWST