Webb Telescope Milestone: Completion of Telescope Element

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Thousands of people, for almost two decades, accomplished the construction of the telescope element of the largest space telescope ever created. The optical and science segment of the James Webb Space Telescope stands complete in one of the largest cleanrooms in the world, located at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Michael McClare

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Jeremiah says:

And Trump is defunding nasa.

shivercanada says:

I'm so excited for this team and for the human race for the future knowledge to be gained from this incredible machine. I'll be praying for complete success, it's imperative. God Speed.

이동건 says:

I want this Beryllium mirror for my costume, hahaha.


NASA is doing humanity a huge favor.Thanks from India.

blocksterz says:

hope the universe will give us some good selfies

wishmasterbrazen says:

57 thousand views?… thats it? best telescope humanity has ever made. 57k views in 3 months…. humanity is sad… people are sad… i fear for the progress of us as a species with all the new generation not caring about any of this… makes me sad

Neel 2000 says:

2018 here I come! Let's make space exploration even greater than it already is!

ELOHIM 17 says:

So cool~♡♡

Paul Camerota says:

now we will be able to know exactly when we will get HIT.

Kailem K says:

Does this mean they are going to get better REAL pictures (not CGI) of each planet in our own solar system? Or are they just going to focus on other galaxies and stars out there.

Lossy Lossnitzer says:

Thanks for sharing – Get it up there. I need to see exoplanets

Super Lulu says:

Our Solar System is amazing

Navas End says:

what is NASA?

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