Let There Be Light: The Story of the James Webb Space Telescope with Daniel Ryan

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A short documentary presented by Daniel Ryan and filmed by Julia Brömmel on the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA’s successor to the Hubble Telescope, which will see back in time almost to the beginning of the Universe.

Daniel Ryan (http://www.tcd.ie/Physics/Astrophysics/ryan.php) is a PhD student at Trinity College Dublin and Fulbright Scholar at NASA. For his previous documentary on Solar Storms, see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3OThcgccF0

Julia Brömmel is a Fulbright Scholar at American University, completing a Masters in Broadcast Journalism. For more of her work see http://juliabroemmel.com


trazylee says:

Brilliant explanation! Thanks a lot! I finally understand what infrared is!

Camilla Corona says:

Oh! I like this! Must share.

Daniel Ryan says:

Thanks so much Phil!

philewis58 says:

a chip off the old block! Well done Dan, it's so good that I even understood (some of) it! cheers Phil

FulbrightIreland says:

Great job, Daniel!!!

Daniel Ryan says:

Thanks Alex. Glad you liked it.

ralienpp says:

The part that explains how red-shift occurs is a very clear explanation, thanks!

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