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By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope fired its rocket thrusters Monday, one month after launching on a quest to behold the dawn of the universe.
Officials said Monday that the huge sunshield on the James Webb Space Telescope is now fully open and in the process of being tightened.
The world’s largest and most powerful space telescope rocketed away Saturday on a high-stakes quest to behold light from the first stars and galaxies and scour the universe for hints of life.
While kids across the U.S. will wake up tomorrow looking for gifts under the tree, NASA is hoping to celebrate with its own Christmas present a little higher up. The launch of their James Webb Space Telescope is slated for…
By Miles O'Brien, Kate Tobin
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope soared from French Guiana on South America’s northeastern coast, riding a European Ariane rocket into the Christmas morning sky.
The $10 billion successor to the Hubble Space Telescope is about to take flight. NASA is entrusting the launch of the world's biggest and most powerful space observatory to its European partners.
NASA announced Wednesday that the James Webb Space Telescope will now fly no earlier than 2021.
By Lee Billings, Scientific American
On Tuesday, NASA officials revealed James Webb Space Telescope’s launch date has slipped from spring of 2019 to approximately May 2020 — a delay that could cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
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