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This comparison between @NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope’s Infrared Array Camera and Webb’s Mid-Infrared Instrument shows a part of the Large Magellanic Cloud. A small satellite galaxy of the Milky Way providing a dense star field to test Webb’s performance.

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Spitzer: NASA / @NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory – @caltech
MIRI: NASA/ ESA / @Canadian Space Agency / STScI
Webb telescope deployment animation: ESA/ATG medialab
Webb MIRI imaging-mode animation: ESA/ATG medialab

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    momentary transition between the countries of the world on planet Earth
    Therefore, we hope that engineers will develop new plans and techniques for the manufacture of the engine device
    (EM Drive)
    "In an ongoing effort to find a faster and more efficient way to place spacecraft on Mars, NASA’s Eagleworks
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    amazing results from experiments on electromagnetic propulsion systems (EM Drive).
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    In contrast, the ion drives used in NASA’s modern spacecraft create energy by injecting ionizing propellant (usually
    xenon gas), as well as emitting charged atomic radiation. No propellants or exhaust enters or exits the engine,
    violating the basic law of physics.
    (We ask you to ask technicians and engineers to develop designs and innovations for the success of the project to
    travel at the speed of light in order to turn science fiction into an enjoyable reality)

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