Our James Webb Space Telescope is now out of the historic Chamber A vacuum facility at our Johnson Space Center in Houston, after completing cryogenic testing designed to ensure the telescope works well in the cold, airless environment of space. Set to launch in 2019, Webb will study every phase in the history of our Universe, starting with the first luminous glows following the Big Bang. Also, NASA’s Next Mars Rover Mission, New Space Station Crew Trains for Launch, Update for Next SpaceX Launch to Space Station, Giant Black Hole Pair Photobombs Andromeda Galaxy, and Historic Apollo Mission Control Center Will Be Restored!
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