Launch Of James Webb Space Telescope
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has cleared final checks and is slated for launch later this year.
The 7.2-ton observatory promises to peer further into space, and our universe’s past, than ever before.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: what astronomers hope to discover about the infant universe, signs of life on other planets and more.
- Hashima Hasan, deputy program scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope at NASA Headquarters
- Prof. Scott Gaudi, Thomas Jefferson Chair of Astronomy at Ohio State University
- Rivka Galchen, contributor, The New Yorker Magazine
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