James Webb Telescope Launch: NASA has today launched the James Webb Space Telescope on 25 December. The US space agency hopes that it will reveal the secrets of the early universe. NASA has launched the James Webb Telescope at 12.20 pm GMT (7.20am EST) on Christmas Eve today.
NASA used to use the Hubble Space Telescope for space information until now, but the James Webb Space Telescope is many times more powerful than the Hubble Telescope. It has cost $10 billion from making to launch.
Warning before launch
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson warned before the launch that ‘more than 300 things could go wrong, which could stall the launch. This week officials said that there was intermittent communication between the rocket and the telescope.
Discovery on the Origin of the Universe
Once the James Webb telescope reaches space, it will attempt to look back 13.7 billion years to the stars and galaxies that formed during the early stages of the formation of the universe. The James Webb Telescope is also being called a time machine made by humans on Earth, because it is about to discover the origin of the universe.
According to NASA, the James Webb Telescope has been launched from French Ugana on a European Ariane rocket. At the same time, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson has called this mission an extraordinary mission.
historical discovery hope
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is the successor to the world famous Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched in the year 1990. NASA has succeeded in making big discoveries through the Hubble Space Telescope and now the James Webb Space Telescope will make a historic discovery in the world of the universe.