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What is the JWST (James Webb Space Telescope)?

The JWST is one of the most advanced astronomical observatories. It serves as the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope and is a collaborative effort between NASA, ESA, and CSA. With a 6.5-meter segmented mirror and infrared spectrum instruments, the JWST promises to revolutionize our understanding of the universe.

Mission Objectives

The primary objectives of the JWST include studying the formation of stars, planets, and galaxies; exploring the atmospheres of exoplanets; and probing the mysteries of phenomena like dark matter and black holes.