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The Webb telescope is launched to show the first stars to light up the Universe.

The observatory was lifted by an Ariane rocket from the Kuru SpacePort in French Guiana. 

The orbital flight lasted less than half an hour, and the ground antenna in Malindi, Kenya received a signal confirming success.

Weber is named after one of the architects of the Apollo moon landing and is the successor to the Hubble Telescope.

 However, engineers working with space agencies in the United States, Europe, and Canada have increased the capabilities of the new observatory construction by a factor of 100.

The James Webb Space Telescope was  launched on Dec. 25, 2021 into space to gather all the  universe’s history..

Photo Source : Nasa

The Webb space telescope was launched at 7:20 a.m. EST (1220 GMT) atop an Ariane 5 rocket built by Arianespace. The space telescope, the biggest ever built telescope of  NASA. It  is about to go 1 million miles far  from Earth where it will look for the first stars and galaxies of the universe. 

It is supposed to be the largest and most complex mission in the world. It will deliver first picture after 6 months of commissioning in space

Webb carries highly sensitive infrared detectors of unprecedented resolution with four state-of-the-art science instruments . Webb will study infrared light from celestial objects. The first mission is the successor of NASA’s iconic Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, it will surely build a  core concept for  and further scientific discoveries. 

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