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Studio DN About the James Webb Telescope

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This is how the world’s most advanced telescope will search for life in space

The James Webb Telescope evokes strong feelings for many people interested in space and technology. What distinguishes this particular project?

– This is the most advanced and largest space telescope we have ever sent. In addition, it has been going on for a long time, it has been planned for 25 years and will finally come out, says Maria Gunther.

You’re basically a physicist, what are you going to do when it comes to the James Webb Telescope?

– I think it’s great that you’re doing something as big as this, it’s a big international project with NASA, the European Space Agency and Canada. And they collaborated on this for 25 years to build the Very Advanced Measurement Station, the telescope that will go so far into space just because we want to learn more about how the universe works and how it came into being. I think it’s a very beautiful thing that we can do together, that we humans are capable of. That we want to do that, and we’re so curious that we’re building this telescope, which sees things no one else has ever seen.

Listen to the full episode to learn more about how the James Webb Telescope works, and how it gathers information from the nursery of stars and searches for life in other parts of the universe.

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Programmed Software: Ülkü Holago
Producer: Palmyra Kokari Mbenga

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