NASA's superpowerful telescope James Webb Space Telescope sets off on a journey to infinite space

The world's most powerful telescope will search for aliens, set off on a journey of 16 lakh km  Nasa James Webb Space Telescope: The world's largest and most powerful telescope, James Webb has left for space. $10 billion has been spent to build this telescope and it will travel 1.6 million km.   NASA's superpowerful telescope James Webb Space Telescope sets off on a journey to infinite space  After decades of planning and delay, this space telescope was launched on Christmas morning This $ 10 billion telescope will now replace Hubble as Earth's eye in space  James Webb Space Telescope NASA launches James Webb telescope to space US Space Agency NASA's super-powerful telescope James Webb Space Telescope has set off on a journey to infinite space. After decades of planning and delays, the space telescope was launched on Christmas morning from the French Guiana Space Center on the north-east coast of the US. This $ 10 billion telescope will now replace the Hubble with the Earth's eye in space. According to American scientists, this telescope will look for alien life in space.  The Ohio State University of America claims that within 5 years of the launch of this telescope, the James Webb telescope will look for signs of alien life in infinite space. Student Caprice Philippe estimates that this telescope will identify the ammonia present inside a dwarf planet after just a few revolutions, which is produced by living organisms. The James Webb telescope is being called a 'time machine' that can reveal the secrets of the universe and send it to the world. undefined How do you talk to an alien? NASA is recruiting priests, will give training to humans  world's largest and most powerful space telescope , traveling 1.6 million kilometers or more than four times the distance of the Moon , set off on its mission on Saturday. It will explore the universe to find early stars and galaxies as well as look for signs of life. US space agency NASA's 'James Webb Space Telescope' took off from the French Guiana Space Center on the north-east coast of South America on Christmas morning aboard the European rocket 'Arion'. Built at a cost of about $10 billion, the observatory will travel 1.6 million kilometers, or four times the distance from the Moon, to reach its destination.   It will take a month to get there, and then in the next five months its infrared eyes will be ready to start exploring the universe. "It's going to give us a better understanding of our universe and our place in it, who we are, what we are," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said earlier this week. However, he also cautioned, 'When you want a big reward, you usually have a big risk in front of you.'  Thousands of people in 29 countries have been working since the 1990s . As a successor to the older Hubble space telescope, the long-pending James Webb telescope is named after James Webb, a NASA administrator in the 1960s. NASA partnered with European and Canadian space agencies to build and launch this new seven-ton telescope, which has been working by thousands of people in 29 countries since the 1990s. Astronomers all over the world were eagerly waiting for the launch of this telescope.  A last-minute technical glitch affected the launch for almost a week, and then high winds pushed it to Christmas. The people in the control room were wearing Santa hats. The launch of the telescope was followed by applause in the center and enthusiastic scientists hugging each other. They were shouting the name of the telescope, 'Go Webb (Go Webb).' "We launched this morning for humanity," Arianespace CEO Stephen Israel said after the launch. The telescope is equipped with several instruments and a mirror plated with gold is also installed in it.

The world's most powerful telescope will search for aliens, set off on a journey of 16 lakh km


Nasa James Webb Space Telescope: The world's largest and most powerful telescope, James Webb has left for space. $10 billion has been spent to build this telescope and it will travel 1.6 million km.


After decades of planning and delay, this space telescope was launched on Christmas morning
This $ 10 billion telescope will now replace Hubble as Earth's eye in space

James Webb Space Telescope
NASA launches James Webb telescope to space
US Space Agency NASA's super-powerful telescope James Webb Space Telescope has set off on a journey to infinite space. After decades of planning and delays, the space telescope was launched on Christmas morning from the French Guiana Space Center on the north-east coast of the US. This $ 10 billion telescope will now replace the Hubble with the Earth's eye in space. According to American scientists, this telescope will look for alien life in space.

The Ohio State University of America claims that within 5 years of the launch of this telescope, the James Webb telescope will look for signs of alien life in infinite space. Student Caprice Philippe estimates that this telescope will identify the ammonia present inside a dwarf planet after just a few revolutions, which is produced by living organisms. The James Webb telescope is being called a 'time machine' that can reveal the secrets of the universe and send it to the world.
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How do you talk to an alien? NASA is recruiting priests, will give training to humans

world's largest and most powerful space telescope , traveling 1.6 million kilometers or more than four times the distance of the Moon , set off on its mission on Saturday. It will explore the universe to find early stars and galaxies as well as look for signs of life. US space agency NASA's 'James Webb Space Telescope' took off from the French Guiana Space Center on the north-east coast of South America on Christmas morning aboard the European rocket 'Arion'. Built at a cost of about $10 billion, the observatory will travel 1.6 million kilometers, or four times the distance from the Moon, to reach its destination.


It will take a month to get there, and then in the next five months its infrared eyes will be ready to start exploring the universe. "It's going to give us a better understanding of our universe and our place in it, who we are, what we are," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said earlier this week. However, he also cautioned, 'When you want a big reward, you usually have a big risk in front of you.'

Thousands of people in 29 countries have been working since the 1990s
. As a successor to the older Hubble space telescope, the long-pending James Webb telescope is named after James Webb, a NASA administrator in the 1960s. NASA partnered with European and Canadian space agencies to build and launch this new seven-ton telescope, which has been working by thousands of people in 29 countries since the 1990s. Astronomers all over the world were eagerly waiting for the launch of this telescope.

A last-minute technical glitch affected the launch for almost a week, and then high winds pushed it to Christmas. The people in the control room were wearing Santa hats. The launch of the telescope was followed by applause in the center and enthusiastic scientists hugging each other. They were shouting the name of the telescope, 'Go Webb (Go Webb).' "We launched this morning for humanity," Arianespace CEO Stephen Israel said after the launch. The telescope is equipped with several instruments and a mirror plated with gold is also installed in it.
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