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pbee Oct 12
With debacle, apparently giving up on , tanking badly which US congress wanted clipper to use, can you see SpaceX getting into the planetary science game after BFR is operational? Or sticking to launchers?
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Kathleen Fallon Cavanagh Oct 14
Replying to @MichaelGalanin
Will this be used for ?
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NASA Webb Telescope Oct 17
Astronomers will use to measure the mass of the supermassive black hole at the center of this galaxy. Since most galaxies contain a supermassive black hole, learning about this one will improve our understanding of others. More:
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Nathalie Ouellette Oct 19
My Director will get to go to the launch. I’ll probably try to negotiate my way there, but there’s no guarantee. Luckily I have a few years to work on it! haha And Quebec French differs in accent and lots of regional colloquialisms! But we mostly understand each other. ^_^
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Gompers IP Services Oct 19
Replying to @jeff_foust
That's about $1 for every delay of the and probably not even 1/10th the lifetime cost
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Thomas Connor Oct 18
Wow. This is huge news about ! Fellow astronomers, what's your read on this?
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Ori Fox Oct 19
Ariane 5 from European spaceport at Kourou, French Guiana just as planned for !
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Shawn Millan Oct 16
Imagine if Paul Allen, noted for his charitable giving and for his love of exploration, had left $4 or $5 billion to privately fund a space along the lines of the . Imagine if that scope had imaged the 1st exo-Earth.
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Nick Oct 17
And here we wait til the is launched but pushback after pushback I will be in my 70s before its goes up!
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Boo. West Oct 19
The launch keeps forcibly reminding me of those happier days when we were wondering how to deconflict it with the launch
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NASA Webb Telescope Oct 17
How do we weigh a black hole using the James Webb Space Telescope? will use an innovative instrument called an integral field unit (IFU) to capture images and spectra at the same time. This video gives a basic overview of how the IFU works.
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Dr. Andreas Faisst Oct 17
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NASA Webb Telescope Oct 16
While performing inspections on the telescope, technicians are captured passing by the primary mirrors on their way to work on the spacecraft element.
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Amber Straughn Oct 17
. also has a Early Release Science program coming up!
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Jonathan W Arenberg Oct 19
Was on a panel for Into the Unknown with colleagues Amy Lo, Crystal Puga and Suzi Casement. We talked to an audience at HENNAC in Pasadena about and careers. It was a great time.
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NliteN Oct 14
needs a refurb and a refuel is full of snowflakes that are too scared to go up & do it like did And no, the is not the same as the visible wavelength extension of humankind's eyes that provides & inspires.
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Nikki Miller 🎃👻🕸 Oct 20
Which do you think will happen first: launch (est. March 2021), the M6 motorway upgrades are finished (est. March 2022), or I submit my (est. 2021/22)?
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Jason Kalirai Oct 17
Very nice new release on how space telescopes break down light, and how will measure the mass of black holes in nearby galaxies.
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Heino Falcke Oct 11
Replying to @dslsynth @ehtelescope
Well before is launched ... 😉
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AlfrescoDB Oct 18
Feeling extra gutted I didn't find a pin at . As cool as and are, is where it's at this weekend! Good luck and !!
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