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Hubble’s Successor James Webb Space Telescope

James Webb Space Telescope :

After nearly twenty years of operation, the James Webb Space Telescope is now fairly ready to begin work. They set the launch date for October 31, 2021. It is the largest celestial temple ever built.

This telescope will provide some of the most important mysteries in the universe. The first telescope to be built about 30 years ago was the successor to the Hubble Telescope.

After a series of troubles, hurricanes, cancellations of launches 16 times, after spending about 10 billion (not yet complete, they expected it to cost that much until launch), James Webb is finally on the verge of launching.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada have worked together. The Hubble Telescope has been in operation for about 25 years. Only 500 million years after the Big Bang, it has captured the light of the universe.

Hopefully, as Hubble’s successor, James Webb will shed more light. With this, we will know better about the child’s universe.

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  • Let us know some details about James Webb Space Telescope. Its sun shield is 21 meters long and 14 meters wide. As the name implies, it is a light-insulating part.
  • The task is to protect the major part of the telescope (original mirror, receiver, etc.) From different light sources (such as the sun) and heat.
  • James Webb will orbit the earth from 1.5 million kilometers away from the earth. The first picture will be available after 2-3 months.
  • The main mirror is octagonal (with 16 arms), wrapped in gold. The second has another mirror. The light reflected from the main mirror will focus on the Integrated Science Instrument Module.
  • This module will create images from the received light. The telescope also has Star Tracker.
  • These are actually some small telescopes, noting the pattern of the stars that will guide the target to the original telescope. The primary control and management of the James Webb Telescope will be the spacecraft bus. And, high-capacity ‘high gain antennas’ will send information to the earth.

One task of James Webb is to get to know the children’s universe better. Where Hubble could have caught the light 500 million years after the Bang Bang, James Webb could have caught the light 200 million years later.

Scientists believe they make the earliest monster stars in the baby universe of hydrogen and helium. A supernova explosion later killed them. All the heavy substances of the periodic table are formed.

The young stars we see today are not supposed to produce such heavy matter.

Scientists believe that the remnants of the former monster stars are the sign of the heavier matter in the chests of today’s young stars. We can verify this through the ‘eyes’ of James Webb. In addition, they can find more details about the child’s universe.

In addition, the search for ancient galaxies created in the children’s universe can be found through the eyes of James Webb. This will explain the evolution of the universe. Understand how galaxies came to be so diverse. Also, Dark Matter, meaning James Webb will search for the secret.

Using a gravitational lens, he will examine the rotation of distant galaxies to see if there are hidden objects in those places, and if so, what effect they have on those galaxies.

James Webb will also search for life on the planet outside the solar system. Even inside the solar system, Neptune and Uranus will try to know better.  Create a map of their atmospheric temperature (that is, where the temperature is normal).

Will list the chemicals among them. Try to find out how different they are from each other and from their neighbors Saturn and Jupiter. Scientists believe that James Webb will be a worthy successor in modern technology. Soon, he will make important contributions to astronomy, cosmology, etc.

Now just waiting for the launch. Hubble’s Successor James Webb Space Telescope Hubble’s Successor James Webb Space Telescope Hubble’s Successor James Webb Space Telescope Hubble’s Successor James Webb Space Telescope.

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