Building The Largest Space Telescope Ever

Submitted by: ElectricEye 3 years ago Science
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It takes a global collaboration of more than a thousand scientists and engineers from NASA, ESA, and CSA.
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Male 2,711
Why do scientists bother with stuff like this anymore, what with all that sweet global warming cash they`re raking in?
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Male 14,775
Christopher Walken Telescope

Wait, the Canadians have a space agency?
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Male 177
Adds fuel to the argument that maybe astronauts can`t travel that far out safely.
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Male 6,227
Go, NASA (and the ESA and CSA)!

I`m excited about the James Webb Space Telescope. It`s nice to get reminders like this from time to time prior to its launch in 2018.

Astronomy buffs and science geeks, take note and memorize the acronym JWST. If all goes well (knock wood), we`ll be seeing an awful lot of "JWST" in connection with some amazing data in just a few short years.
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Male 5,874
More knowledge = good.
The stupards, transients and emphemerals will move swiftly on.
More of this please.
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Male 126
Rob, that is the only reason I watched it
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Male 3,407
NEAT! and the video was 4 minutes and 20 seconds long. hehe.
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Male 2,729
Link: Building The Largest Space Telescope Ever [Rate Link] - It takes a global collaboration of more than a thousand scientists and engineers from NASA, ESA, and CSA.
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