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  • James Webb Space Telescope: Primary Mirror Deployment – Mission Control Live

    4:2:30

    Watch James Webb Space Telescope experts give real-time updates on the final step in the observatory’s deployment: the unfolding of the second of Webb’s two primary mirror wings. Engineers in mission control will send commands to deploy the wing and latch it into place, a process that takes several hours. The deployment will complete the mirror's golden honeycomb-like structure, and will mark the end of an unprecedented 14-day unfolding process.

    Webb launched on Dec. 25, 2021 aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. An international collaboration with NASA partners including the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, it's the most powerful and complex space telescope ever built. The mission is managed from the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.

    For about the next six months, Webb will cool down, calibrate its instruments, and align its 18 primary mirror segments so it can begin to #UnfoldTheUniverse.

    Track Webb in space:
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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Mirror Segments Deployment LIVE

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE Mirror Segments Deployment in Space Tracking

    11:6:03

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Mirror Segments Deployment LIVE in Space Tracking

    4:11:25

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Live Mirror Segment Deployment From Space

    10:23:01

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE Mirror Deployment in process Tracking From SPACE

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    NASA JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION TRACKING FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Primary Mirror FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Mirror Deployment FROM SPACE

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Fully Deployed Track Mirror Segments Movements Live in Space

    11:54:59

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Deployed Completed Track Mirror Segments Movements Live

    2:52:00

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Track Live Deployment of Mirror Segment Movements

    1:28:52

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Individual Mirror Segment Movements

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE DEPLOYED LIVE Mirror Segment Deployment in Final Stage

    11:54:59

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE DEPLOYED LIVE Mirror Segment Deployment Final Stage

    2:1:31

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Deployment Completed in Space and Mirror Segments Movements Begins Live

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE All Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE From Space

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE DEPLOYED LIVE Mirror Segment Deployment in Space

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Deployment Live Mirror Segment Movements in Space

    1:51:59

    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • Primary Mirror Deployment!! James Webb Telescope Live Tracker #NASA #JWST

    7:36:17

    With JWST Secondary Mirror Deployment Completion, webb is now entering in its final step of deployment.
    Watch Live deployment of James Webb Telescope Primary Mirror.

    The James Webb Space Telescope is a space telescope developed by NASA with contributions from the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency.

    After launching from French Guiana, the observatory will travel to an orbit about one million miles away from Earth and will take 5 Month to become operational
    By June 2022 will will see the first images of Webb.

  • How James Webbs Deployments MUST Work

    19:09

    Claim your SPECIAL OFFER for MagellanTV here: Start your free trial TODAY so you can watch 'Planet Hunting with the James Webb Space Telescope' and the rest of MagellanTV’s science collection:

    The James Webb Space Telescope launched, but now its deployments must work. Even though the launch was successful, the hardest part is yet to come. We'll take a look at each of the deployment steps and understand why Webb has to be so complex to accomplish its mission.

    00:00 Launch of JWST
    02:19 Second Mid-Course Correction burn
    04:09 Magellan TV
    04:50 Webb's Requirements
    08:28 Unitized Pallet Structure Deployment
    09:11 Deployable Tower Assembly
    09:53 Aft Momentum Trim Tab
    10:34 The Sunshield
    12:52 Sunshield Deployment
    14:40 Secondary Mirror Support Structure
    15:37 Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator
    16:17 Primary Mirror Wings and Alignment
    17:27 L2 Orbit Insertion and Commissioning
    18:07 Contingency Operations

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  • James Webb Sunshield Deployment Livestream!

    2:26:01

    We're going live to cover the critical deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope's sunshield with special guest, Dr. Heidi B. Hammel! Join us to wait for the signal to come in and ask JWST Interdisciplinary Scientist Dr. Heidi Hammel your questions!

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  • James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE

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    James Webb Space Telescope Track Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE

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  • Media Briefing: Webb Telescope Week One Deployments Update

    53:15

  • James Webb Space Telescope Sunshield Deployment Completed-NASA Mission Control Live

    2:11:08

    NASA JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Tracking Live in Space | Right/Starboard Sunshield Boom Deployment

  • Alignment of the Primary Mirror Segments of The James Webb Space Telescope

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    Animation of the James Webb Space Telescope mirror alignment and phasing process.

    Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

    Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET): Technical Support
    Adriana Manrique Gutierrez (USRA): Animator
    Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Producer

  • ???? LIVE! Mirror Movement InProgress! - James Webb Tracker! #NASA #WEBB

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    ???? LIVE! Mirror Movement InProgress! - James Webb Tracker! #NASA #WEBB
    #JWST #NASA #JamesWebbLaunch
    LIMITED EDITION Launch Commemorative Shirt -

    James Webb Space Telescope launched on Saturday, Dec 25 at 12:20 UTC from Guiana Space Centre. Webb Telescope liftoff aboard Ariane 5 rocket.

    James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope being jointly developed by NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency. It is planned to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA’s Flagship astrophysics mission.

    With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago.

    Webb is NASA’s largest and most powerful space science telescope ever constructed. Webb’s enormous size and frigid operating temperature present extraordinary engineering challenges.

    After launching from French Guiana, the observatory will travel to an orbit about one million miles away from Earth and undergo six months of commissioning in space—unfolding its mirrors, sunshield, and other smaller systems, cooling down, aligning, and calibrating.

  • ???? Mirror Movements Day 3/10 - James Webb Space Telescope ???? #NASA #WEBB

    11:54:57

    Day 3 of mirror segment movements.
    #NASA #WEBB #JWST

    - The James Webb Space Telescope will find the first galaxies that formed in the early universe and peer through dusty clouds to see stars forming planetary systems. Learn more from the mission's project website.

    - Webb is NASA’s largest and most powerful space science telescope ever constructed. Webb’s enormous size and frigid operating temperature present extraordinary engineering challenges.

    - After launching from French Guiana, the observatory will travel to an orbit about one million miles away from Earth and undergo six months of commissioning in space—unfolding its mirrors, sun-shield, and other smaller systems, cooling down, aligning, and calibrating.

  • James Webb Telescope LIVE TRACKING mirror segment in progress #NASA#JamesWebbTelescope

    2:49:59

    James Webb space telescope is tracking now!

  • James Webb Telescope LIVE TRACKING mirror segment in progress #NASA#JamesWebbTelescope

    3:25:38

    James Webb space telescope is tracking now!

  • James Webb Telescope LIVE TRACKING mirror segment in progress #NASA#JamesWebbTelescope

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    James Webb space telescope is tracking now!

  • FIRST TEMP DATA! - James Webb Tracker - Sunshield Deployment InProgress! #NASA #WEBB

    11:54:57

    NEW! TEMP DATA - James Webb Tracker - Sunshield Deployment InProgress! #NASA #WEBB
    #JWST #NASA #JamesWebbLaunch
    LIMITED EDITION Launch Commemorative Shirt -

    James Webb Space Telescope launched on Saturday, Dec 25 at 12:20 UTC from Guiana Space Centre. Webb Telescope liftoff aboard Ariane 5 rocket.

    James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope being jointly developed by NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency. It is planned to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA’s Flagship astrophysics mission.

    With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago.

    Webb is NASA’s largest and most powerful space science telescope ever constructed. Webb’s enormous size and frigid operating temperature present extraordinary engineering challenges.

    After launching from French Guiana, the observatory will travel to an orbit about one million miles away from Earth and undergo six months of commissioning in space—unfolding its mirrors, sunshield, and other smaller systems, cooling down, aligning, and calibrating.

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Primary Mirror FROM SPACE

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    NASA JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION TRACKING FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Primary Mirror FROM SPACE

  • James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Segment Live in Space Track it

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • James Webb Telescope LIVE TRACKING deployment of mirror segment movements #NASA#JamesWebbTelescope

    3:59:06

    James Webb space telescope is tracking now!

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE Updates

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    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE Updates
    NASA JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION TRACKING FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Primary Mirror FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Mirror Deployment FROM SPACE

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Mirror Deployment FROM SPACE

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    NASA JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION TRACKING FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Primary Mirror FROM SPACE
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE POSITION with Mirror Deployment FROM SPACE

  • Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE James Webb Space Telescope

    2:39:51

    James Webb Space Telescope Track Mirror Segment Deployment LIVE

  • LIVE ! James Webb Space Telescope: Primary Mirror Individual Mirror Segment Movements

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    LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment successful completed Where is The James Webb now January 2022


    Watch the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope—the most powerful space telescope ever made. This mission is scheduled to lift off at 7:20 a.m. EST (12:20 UTC), Dec. 25, 2021, aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana.

    With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago.

    It can explore our own solar system’s residents with exquisite new detail and study the atmospheres of distant worlds. From new forming stars to devouring black holes, Webb will reveal all this and more! It’s the world’s largest and most powerful space telescope ever built.

    Webb is an international collaboration between NASA, ESA (European Space Agency), and CSA (Canadian Space Agency). Thousands of engineers and hundreds of scientists worked to make Webb a reality, along with over 300 universities, organizations, and companies from 29 U.S. states and 14 countries!

    Ready to #UnfoldTheUniverse? The greatest origin story of all unfurls soon. Learn more at


    The James Webb Space Telescope is a space telescope jointly developed by NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency. It is planned to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA's flagship astrophysics mission.

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  • ???? Nasa LIVE Stream James Webb Space Telescope #live / Earth From Space Day 22/2

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    ISS Tracker
    LİVE:
    Black = on the nighttime side of the Earth
    Gray = The ground support computer has stopped sending video to USTREAM (IBM Video) and will be reset shortly.
    Moving spots of light in the dark = lights on the surface of the Earth. This camera can see cities at night (if not cloudy)
    Non-moving spots in the image = damaged or bad pixels

    ISS High Definition Live Streaming Video of the Earth
    animation plays when it's dark
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    James Webb Space Telescope: Primary Mirror Deployment – Mission Control Live

    Most Recently Completed:
    Mirror Segment Deployment Tracker
    Nominal Event Time: Launch + 18-28 days

    Status: Ongoing

    The adjacent image tracks the progress of the individual primary mirror segments (A,B,C) and the secondary (SM) mirror as they move upward 12.5mm from their stowed launch position to a deployed state where they are ready for the mirror alignment process. View a full screen copy.

    The mirrors move in very small increments over the course of ~10 days to complete their deployment. They move approximately 1mm per day each. For more detail on this process read this blog entry.

    Each primary mirror segment has an ID which consists of a letter (A,B,C) followed by a number. The letter denotes one of 3 different 'prescriptions' for each group of primary mirror segments.

    NOTE: Segment A3 and A6 will be moved separately at the end of the process because their position sensors are read out in a different way.
    The station is crewed by NASA astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well.
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    Status: Ongoing.

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    #JWST #nasalive #isslive #spacelive #earthlive #earthfromspace

    Day: 22 serie :2
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    All data in video and live broadcasts are taken from NASA.
    source video

  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED and Mirror Segment Deployment in Space

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    James Webb Space Telescope Live in Space || Sunshield Tensioning Complete | Tracking Live in Space

    James Webb Telescope Tracker ! LIVE ! Secondary Mirror Deployment -

    NASA James Webb Telescope Secondary Mirror Deployment Completed || Tracking LIVE in Space

    NASA James Webb Telescope Aft Deployed Instrument Radiator (ADIR) || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    Primary Mirror Wing Begins James Webb Telescope || Tracking LIVE in Dark Space

    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FULLY DEPLOYED in Space | Track Mirror Segment Movements of James Webb

    James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Deployment Tracking Live in Space
    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING after Full Deployment in Space

  • ???? James Webb Space Telescope JWST Live Tracker

    11:55:00

    Most Recently Completed:
    Mirror Segment Deployment Tracker
    Nominal Event Time: Launch + 18-28 days
    Status: Ongoing

    The adjacent image tracks the progress of the individual primary mirror segments (A,B,C) and the secondary (SM) mirror as they move upward 12.5mm from their stowed launch position to a deployed state where they are ready for the mirror alignment process. View a full screen copy.
    The mirrors move in very small increments over the course of ~10 days to complete their deployment. They move approximately 1mm per day each. For more detail on this process read this blog entry.
    Each primary mirror segment has an ID which consists of a letter (A,B,C) followed by a number. The letter denotes one of 3 different 'prescriptions' for each group of primary mirror segments.

    NOTE: Segment A3 and A6 will be moved separately at the end of the process because their position sensors are read out in a different way.
    Next Steps | Mirror Alignment

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  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING FROM SPACE

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    JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LIVE TRACKING FROM SPACE

  • James Webb Space Telescope Sunshield Deployment | LIVE TRACKER | Where is Webb?

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    James Webb Space Telescope Sunshield Deployment |
    The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope developed by NASA with contributions from the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The telescope is named after James E. Webb, who was the administrator of NASA from 1961 to 1968 and played an integral role in the Apollo program. It is intended to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA's flagship mission in astrophysics. JWST was launched on 25 December 2021 on Ariane flight VA256. It is designed to provide improved infrared resolution and sensitivity over Hubble, and will enable a broad range of investigations across the fields of astronomy and cosmology, including observations of some of the most distant events and objects in the Universe such as the formation of the first galaxies, and allowing detailed atmospheric characterization of potentially habitable exoplanets.

    The primary mirror of JWST, the Optical Telescope Element, consists of 18 hexagonal mirror segments made of gold-plated beryllium, which combine to create a 6.5 m (21 ft)-diameter mirror – considerably larger than Hubble's 2.4 m (7 ft 10 in) mirror. Unlike the Hubble telescope, which observes in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared (0.1–1.0 μm) spectra, JWST will do so in a lower frequency range, from long-wavelength visible light (red) through mid-infrared (0.6–28.3 μm). This will enable it to observe high-redshift objects that are too old and too distant for Hubble.[12][13] The telescope must be kept very cold to observe in the infrared without interference, so it will be deployed in space near the Sun–Earth L2 Lagrange point, about 1.5 million kilometres (930,000 mi) from Earth (0.01 au – 3.9 times the average distance to the Moon).[14] A large sunshield made of silicon- and aluminum-coated Kapton will keep its mirror and instruments below 50 K (−223 °C; −370 °F).

    The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Maryland managed the development and the Space Telescope Science Institute is operating Webb. The prime contractor was Northrop Grumman.

    Development began in 1996 for a launch that was initially planned for 2007 with a US$500 million budget. There were numerous delays and cost overruns, including a major redesign in 2005, a ripped sunshield during a practice deployment, a recommendation from an independent review board, the COVID-19 pandemic, issues with the Ariane 5 rocket and the telescope itself, and communications issues between the telescope and the launch vehicle. Concerns among the involved scientists and engineers about the launch and deployment of the telescope have been well-described.

    Construction was completed in late 2016, at which point an extensive testing phase began. JWST was launched at 12:20 UTC on 25 December 2021 by an Ariane 5 launch vehicle from Kourou, French Guiana, on the northeastern coast of South America, and was released from the upper stage 27 minutes later. The telescope was confirmed to be receiving power, and as of December 2021 is traveling to its target destination.

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  • James Webb Telescope Individual Mirror Segment Movements Jan 16th

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    JWST will arrive at L2 on January 23rd = 29 days after launch.

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    According to a NASA timeline, the team behind the James Webb Space Telescope will likely begin moving the 18 individual segments of the observatory's hexagonal golden mirror out of their launch configurations on Wednesday (Jan. 12).

    This process is slow and finicky, and is expected to take about 10 days. Each of the 18 primary mirror segments is held in place by seven different actuators that can adjust their position and curvature super precisely. But even once this process is complete, the observatory team will need to spend about three more months getting the honeycomb of mirrors to work together to produce one sharp image.

    Webb has been in space for 18 days now and is more than 82% of the way to its final destination. The observatory will orbit a point called the Earth-sun Lagrange point 2, or L2, which is located nearly 1 million miles (1.5 million kilometers) away from Earth on the side opposite the sun. The observatory has covered more than 740,000 miles (1.2 million km) and has 160,000 miles (250,000 km) more to go.

    It is a fully deployed telescope ready to perform fantastic science to expand our knowledge, said John Durning, Webb Deputy Project Manager of NASA Goddard.

    Learn more from the mission's project website.

    Up next for the Webb team is a five-month commissioning phase to calibrate the telescope's optics and adjust its mirrors. Webb is currently making its way to its final observing site nearly 1 million miles (1.6 km) from Earth and is due to arrive around Jan. 23.

    To enter orbit around its Lagrange 2 point, Webb will have to perform a short maneuver, but it is expected to go well.

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    ​It will orbit L2 at about 300 metres per second, ​
    c and d are on the back of the telescope mounting. a and b are on the bus side


    How long will the Webb mission last?
    Webb is designed to have a mission lifetime of not less than 5-1/2 years after launch, with the goal of having a lifetime greater than 10 years. The lifetime is ultimately limited by the amount of fuel used for maintaining the orbit, and by proper functioning in orbit of the spacecraft and instruments. Webb will carry fuel for a 10-year lifetime (with margin); the project will perform mission assurance testing of the flight system to guarantee 5 years of scientific operations starting at the end of the commissioning period 6 months after launch.

    Why not assemble Webb in orbit?
    Various scenarios were studied, and assembling in orbit was determined to be unfeasible.

    We examined the possibility of in-orbit assembly for Webb. The International Space Station does not have the capability to assemble precision optical structures. Additionally, space debris that resides around the space station could have damaged or contaminated Webb’s optics. Webb’s deployment happens far above low Earth orbit and the debris that is found there.

    Finally, if the space station were used as a stopping point for the observatory, we would have needed a second rocket to launch it to its final destination at L2. The observatory would have to be designed with much more mass to withstand this “second launch,” leaving less mass for the mirrors and science instruments.


    How is testing different for Hubble and Webb's mirrors? What did Hubble teach us?
    First, on Webb, we used completely separate sets of measurement tools and techniques for verification than what we used to guide manufacturing. This avoids one error from the Hubble experience where the same tool used for manufacturing was later used for verification.

    In more technical terms, the end-to-end test on Webb's telescope involved passing light through the entire assembled telescope using test point sources of light from precision-placed fiber optics and using reflecting mirrors (three auto-collimating flat test mirrors). This rechecked alignment of all the telescope optics assembled together and demonstrated that the individual primary mirror segments can be aligned to each other, and rechecked the figures of the mirrors.

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  • ????#NASA - James Webb Space Telescope Real Time Tracking #live / Earth From Space Day 19/3

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    James Webb Space Telescope: Primary Mirror Deployment – Mission Control Live

    WEBB IS FULLY DEPLOYED!
    The largest, most complex telescope ever launched into space is fully deployed.

    Nominal Event Time: Launch + 14 days (Saturday 1/8/22)

    Status: Completed. WATCH: Post-Deployment Briefing | Re-Watch Live Broadcast

    Webb will be the premier observatory of the next decade, serving thousands of astronomers worldwide. It will study every phase in the history of our Universe, ranging from the first luminous glows after the Big Bang, to the formation of solar systems capable of supporting life on planets like Earth, to the evolution of our own Solar System.

    Webb will continue to travel to the second Lagrange point (L2) for another two weeks, at which point it will enter a large orbit around the L2 point. The following five months will be used to cool the telescope to operating temperature, fine-tune the mirror alignment, and calibrate the instruments.
    Nasa ISS live stream from aboard the International Space Station as it circles the earth at 240 miles above the planet, on the edge of space in low earth orbit.

    The station is crewed by NASA astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well.
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  • James Webb Space Telescope Day 5 Tracking . Where is WEBB #NASA

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    Watch the Day 5 Status of the James Webb Space Telescope.
    This JWST was Launched at 7:20 a.m. EST (12:20 UTC), Dec. 25, 2021, aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from French Guiana.

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  • SUNSHIELD COVERS RELEASED! James Webb Tracker Live - Real-Time Animation #NASA #WEBB

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    With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago.

    It can explore our own solar system’s residents with exquisite new detail and study the atmospheres of distant worlds. From new forming stars to devouring black holes, Webb will reveal all this and more! It’s the world’s largest and most powerful space telescope ever built.

    Webb is an international collaboration between NASA, ESA (European Space Agency), and CSA (Canadian Space Agency). Thousands of engineers and hundreds of scientists worked to make Webb a reality, along with over 300 universities, organizations, and companies from 29 U.S. states and 14 countries!


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    NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is in good health and will begin tensioning its huge sunshield today, its mission team said today.
    Two issues occurred over the New Year's Day holiday weekend.

    This data is the live status of the James Webb space telescope provided by NASA. In this NASA Live Tracker, you will get real-time info about the distance covered by JWST, its speed, and the distance that is remaining to reach L2 orbit.
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    Date : December 25, 2021
    Launch Pad : ELA-3
    Location : Guiana Space Centre, French Guiana, France
    Rocket : Ariane 5 ECA

    Watch the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope—the most powerful space telescope ever made. This mission is scheduled to lift off at 7:20 a.m. EST (12:20 UTC), Dec. 25, 2021, aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana.

    With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago.

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