James Webb Space Telescope
James Webb Space Telescope News
The image capturing process began on February 2, with Webb pointing at different positions around the predicted location of the star
Webb will begin its work by summer, which includes using its high resolution infrared instruments to peer back in time 13.5 billion years to the first generation of galaxies that formed after the Big Bang
Flight controllers in Baltimore began opening the primary mirror of the telescope on 7 January, 2022, unfolding the left side like a drop-leaf table
The James Webb Space Telescope is set to beam back new clues that will help scientists understand more about the origins of the universe and Earth-like planets beyond our solar system
After $10 billion and years of delays, the telescope is finally scheduled to lift off from a European launch site in French Guiana on its way to a point 1 million miles on the other side of the moon
Astronomer on James Webb telescope team explains how and why we are sending a giant telescope to space?
The Webb team will continue to rehearse and practice until the launch date in December, but our work is far from done after Webb is folded and loaded into the rocket.
Final testing of the James Webb space telescope is complete, it is getting ready for its 31 October launch
The telescope will observe the universe from the vantage point of Lagrangian Point 2 (L2), located some 1.5 million kilometres away from Earth.
Kelt-9 b might've formed away from its parent star and had a violent past with collisions happening as it migrated inwards.
The telescope is a successor of NASA’s Hubble Telescope, and researchers are hoping it will complement and extend its discoveries.
The system also has a pair of companion stars that orbit far beyond the planets.
Recoiling black holes, like the one in question, are hypothetical objects that are yet to be definitively spotted.
An eclipse in May overlaps with a period when the moon is close to Earth, in what is known by some as a 'super blood moon'.
Scientists cannot go, visit other planets to find signs of life and can use this telescope to do so.
Cheops, to be launched on Soyuz-Fregat rocket, is a new telescope whose name stands for CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite.
The administrator also spoke enthusiastically about the much-delayed James Webb Telescope
NASA fresh delays in the launch of a giant space telescope, which will now not be deployed before March 2021.
Astronomers are eager to study gas giant exoplanet Wasp-127b, which is thought to be filled with metals, and maybe even water: Report
According to a team of astronomers in the University of Cambridge and IAC, in Spain, the exoplanet, WASP-127b has shown possible signs of Water.
It will be the most extensive survey of its kind from orbit, with Tess, a galactic scout, combing the neighborhood as never before.
James Webb Space Telescope is an international project led by NASA with its partners, ESA (European Space Agency) and the Canadian Space Agency.
Prior to the launch of the mission, Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), NASA said it would reveal more about the mission at a media event.