Houston, Texas: The world's most powerful James Webb space telescope has reached its orbit

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Texas: The world's most powerful space telescope, James Webb, has reached its desired orbit L2 orbit a month later.

 The L2 orbit around the sun is an orbit about 1.5 million kilometers from the earth.

This orbit has been chosen for this space telescope so that it is relatively easy to communicate with the 'L2 orbit' despite being far from the Earth.

After testing this telescope for 4 months after reaching orbit, the actual mission for which it was sent will be carried out, under which it will observe the lower red rays coming from the most distant space which are the universe's. Initially, they would have come out of the first stars that formed about 17.7 billion years ago today.

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