The Great Space Eye James Webb Telescope successfully launched into space
After decades of hard work and billions of dollars, the most powerful space telescope in history, the James Webb, was finally launched into space after a long wait.
It has the distinction of being the most complex, modern and sensitive space telescope in human history, a masterpiece of technology.
At 5 pm Pakistani time, it was launched from the Aryan Five rocket from the space center French Guiana.
Experts from other agencies, including NASA and the European Space Agency, were alarmed at the fact that even the slightest mistake could have thwarted the entire mission of the tens of billions of dollars worth of space telescopes.
The James Webb telescope is many times more powerful and efficient than its predecessor, the Hubble Space Telescope, because it is equipped with the most sensitive mirrors. The main mirror of this telescope is made up of 18 mirrors with a total width of about 6.5 meters. These are the hearts and minds of binoculars that will expand our vision.
According to another engineer working on the James Webb telescope, there are 144 mechanisms that will work together to make this difficult phase a success.
Experts have described the whole process of opening a JamesWeb as a paper game (origami) in which the slightest carelessness can destroy it. That’s why the whole system has been simplified and simplified to reduce the risk of failure.
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According to NASA, the project has hundreds of sensitive complexities that hardly any space telescope has seen before. That is why the whole mission and command system was declared critical.
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On the other hand, Plan B and alternative plans for the entire mission were also drawn up. This mission could have failed in hundreds of ways.
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The James Webb space telescope will orbit the Sun in an elliptical orbit, with an average distance of about 1.5 million kilometers from Earth. In the darkest atmosphere of space, through infrared rays, it will be able to see even the most remote places in the universe that have never been seen before.
These places are about 13.7 billion years away from us, meaning that the light coming from them is just as ancient, that is, the universe itself. Scientists believe that the first stars of the universe must have come into being 13.7 billion years before today. But so far they have not been seen through any telescope. The James Webb Space Telescope will also be able to see such stars.
On the other hand, it will also make it easier to find distant Earth-like planets in the vastness of space. In short, James Webb will be able to give us a first look at the universe and we will know what the stars, planets and galaxies looked like at that time.
A 21-foot telescopic mirror will be able to capture the light of a distant universe and give us a glimpse of the ancient universe. The atmosphere of space is free from pollution and clouds etc. and therefore this telescope will be able to give us an unseen view of the universe.
It should be noted that these are also the largest mirrors installed in any telescope in human history. Scientists, engineers and software designers from 14 countries began working on the project in 2004, but the project was repeatedly hampered by technical glitches, lack of technology and epidemics.
Introduction to James Webb
James Webb was another NASA administrator. He not only played a key role in NASA’s lunar machine but also provided basic services for it. James Webb’s strategy for a while was the guarantor of NASA’s development and he passed away on March 27, 1992.