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james webb telescope: Golden Mirror .. James Web Telescope Key Step Success – amazing milestone as nasa fully deploys james webb telescope in space



It is known that two weeks ago the American Space Research Organization (NASA) sent the James Webb Space Telescope into space. Recently, the telescope reached another milestone. The mirror for the telescope was successfully unveiled on Saturday. With this, all the major obstacles towards bringing this telescope into use have almost been removed. It is well known that the telescope was designed to be small enough to travel on a rocket and then to reach its original level after reaching the destination.

The newly opened mirror is 6.5 meters wide. The mirror is gold plated to increase its reflectivity. Hence it is also known as the ‘Golden Mirror’. Developed by 10,000 scientists over a period of almost three decades, the telescope will examine the trajectories of early stars that formed 13.7 billion years ago. The most complex process for the James Webb Telescope ended last week.

“This is a very rare milestone. I’m very excited about it,” said NASA senior engineer Thomas Zurbuchen. The video was shared on Twitter. This is a very complex, risky process. NASA engineer Mike Angel said that NASA has successfully completed this highly challenging program.


The James Telescope sent signals from the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, to successfully disassemble the Golden Mirror. After the process ended at 1.27pm local time, the NASA team announced that all major processes had been successfully completed.

The huge dome set up to block sunlight on the mirror in the telescope successfully unfurled. In the next two weeks, the JWST will reach the L2 site, about 15 million kilometers away. Stays there and searches the infinite universe.


The Rs 75,000 crore project is the largest in the history of space research. Developed by NASA in collaboration with European and Canadian space agencies, the web telescope was launched on December 26 by a European Ariane rocket off the coast of French Guiana in South America. The rocket will travel for days and months and will reach a distance of 15 lakh miles from the earth. NASA researchers say it will take another five months for the telescope to begin functioning.




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