NASA’s James Webb Telescope deployed in space, the world’s most powerful telescope will reveal the secret of the universe!

James Webb Space Telescope: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has opened its mirror.

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The James Webb Space Telescope of the US space agency NASA completed its two-week deployment phase on Saturday. In this way the telescope has opened its last mirror. Now the James Webb Telescope is ready to study every phase of cosmic history.

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NASA tweeted, 'Last wing has been deployed.'  It said the team had been working for several hours to get the wing in place.  The telescope could not fit into the rocket's nose during its operational configuration.  Because of this, the telescope will be launched by folding.

NASA tweeted, ‘Last wing has been deployed.’ It said the team had been working for several hours to get the wing in place. The telescope could not fit into the rocket’s nose during its operational configuration. Because of this, the telescope will be launched by folding.

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According to the US Space Agency, opening the telescope in space is a complex and challenging task.  NASA said that in this way it was one of the most difficult projects ever.  James Webb is considered to be the most powerful telescope ever built and the successor to the Hubble Telescope.

According to the US Space Agency, opening the telescope in space is a complex and challenging task. NASA said that in this way it was one of the most difficult projects ever. James Webb is considered to be the most powerful telescope ever built and the successor to the Hubble Telescope.

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James Webb was launched on 25 December from French Guiana via Ariane 5 rocket.  The telescope is moving towards its orbital point at a distance of 1.5 million kilometers from Earth.  The telescope's infrared technology helps it see the first stars and galaxies that formed 13.5 billion years ago.

James Webb was launched on 25 December from French Guiana via Ariane 5 rocket. The telescope is moving towards its orbital point at a distance of 1.5 million kilometers from Earth. The telescope’s infrared technology helps it see the first stars and galaxies that formed 13.5 billion years ago.

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NASA said, before we celebrate, we still have work to do.  When the last hatch is opened, the NASA Webb Telescope will be fully opened into space.  Earlier this week it deployed its five-layer sunshield.  It is in the shape of a kite.

NASA said, before we celebrate, we still have work to do. When the last hatch is opened, the NASA Webb Telescope will be fully opened into space. Earlier this week it deployed its five-layer sunshield. It is in the shape of a kite.

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Let us tell you that the James Webb Telescope was launched on 24 December.  Through this, the target has been set to see up to 13 billion light years away.  The secrets of the universe will be revealed through the telescope.  Where the Hubble Telescope is revolving near the Earth.  But the James Webb Telescope has been deployed away from Earth and the Moon.

Let us tell you that the James Webb Telescope was launched on 24 December. Through this, the target has been set to see up to 13 billion light years away. The secrets of the universe will be revealed through the telescope. Where the Hubble Telescope is revolving near the Earth. But the James Webb Telescope has been deployed away from Earth and the Moon.