James Webb Space Telescope Launch: Will unveil the mysteries of space, will also find aliens

Today, on Christmas Day i.e. December 25, NASA is preparing to give new eyes of space to the world. These eyes will search for galaxies, asteroids, black holes, planets, alien planets, solar systems, etc. present in the far depths of the universe. Its name is the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), NASA has confirmed its launch.

Now outside the solar system, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will go out to search for life and get information about the stars, let us tell you that it is around 12.20 pm UK time today 25 It will take off from the European Space Agency's spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on Christmas Day in December.

If this plan is successful, then it will become the largest and most powerful telescope ever sent to space. About 1000 million dollars have been spent in preparing the observatory of this project. This project has taken NASA more than 30 years.

The European Space Agency said the final electrical and software configuration will also take place on the launch pad. Meanwhile, the team will ensure that all the lights are green for the launch. All systems have power and are working prior to liftoff.

To be sure, a final visibility test will be conducted at the engineered launch pad. The telescope will have a six-month commissioning period after being deployed after a 26-minute ride on the Ariane 5 launch vehicle. Ariane 5 will position the telescope directly at the second Lagrange point (L2), which is located about four times as far from the Moon and 1.5 million kilometres from Earth in the farthest direction from the Sun.

The telescope will study the atmospheres of a wide variety of exoplanets. It will search an Earth-like atmosphere and also search for methane, water, oxygen, carbon dioxide and complex organic molecules in hopes of finding the building blocks of life. The $10 billion (about Rs 75,330 crore) James Webb Space Telescope is the largest telescope ever built. NASA systems engineer Begona Villa said that we will not see a picture of any star.

Because we will get its picture from each hexagon, that is 18 pictures of the same object together. It could also be that different hexagons are photographing different stars. In such a situation, our work will increase that which star is what. For this, we have to add all the pictures we get from it.

Then it will be decided that how many stars or other cosmic objects are visible in it. The width of the Golden Mirror is about 21.32 feet in the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). These are a kind of reflectors. Which are made by joining several hexagon pieces.

There are 18 such hexagons in it. These hexagons are made of beryllium. Each hexagon has a gold plate of 48.2 grams. All these hexagons will fold together to fit into the capsule of the rocket that launches it. It will be installed in space at a distance of about 1.5 million kilometres from the Earth. If it remains safe in space, it will work for 5 to 10 years, if it is not damaged by a meteorite or solar storm. Its Golden Mirror is made by aerospace company Northrop Grumman.




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