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Stacey Severn Jan 12
Replying to @Ariane6 @esa_sts @esa
I cannot wait for the James Webb Space Telescope launch!
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Paul G. Kalas Jan 15
A small model displayed by at inspired this space illustration. Hope you like it and . Feel free to use for education and public outreach.
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claire marie guimond Jan 8
Mahmuda Afrin Badhan models water loss on terrestrial planets from UV photolysis: H2O features are identical in model spectra for high and low UV stars
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Ball Aerospace Jan 11
Ball designed/built the advanced optical subsystems and cryogenic electronics that will enable to examine the origins of the universe.
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Matt Roth Jan 10
's age is slowly starting to show. It looks like the will come just in time as a worthy successor. We can only guess what it will discover and the potential for new science is tremendous.
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Leonard Burtscher Jan 15
Reading an old paper about VISIR (Lagage et al. 2000, SPIE) in which it says "until the launch of the Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST), scheduled for 2009...".
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Dan Berman Jan 10
My 4 yo keeps asking if he James Webb Space Telescope is working yet. Here’s hoping it launches during his childhood!
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Raphy Jan 12
Of course James Webb Space Telescope ! It's a full cooperation with , and ! And launch on an Ariane ;)
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Kasper Jan 13
Replying to @Ariane6 @esa_sts @esa
Im SOOO excited about the launch of the It will defenetly change many thinks. Go
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JWST Observer Jan 9
Get your hands on the demos at the booth at . In addition to the proposing tools, we’ll also look at how to search MAST for planned JWST proposals and other new features and services available for data retrieval.
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Sci Chic Jan 15
We spy our necklace in this awesome new profile pic!
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Ori Fox Jan 9
is still observing! Problem is in the UVIS. The IR is working fine. And there are always redundant electronics. So fear not! But still...we need ASAP.
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JWST Observer Jan 9
Calling all infrared observers! Last chance to get an update on science and proposing at 9:10-9:30 am today at the booth at . Don't miss it!
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Matteo Cazzulani Jan 14
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Ömer Yapıcıoğlu Jan 12
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Ball Aerospace Jan 11
Replying to @NASAWebb
To test 's complex mirror alignment process, Ball engineered a scaled telescope testbed.
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Ball Aerospace Jan 10
Generations of Ball employees have contributed to pioneering astrophysics missions. We’re proud of that legacy, and build on it with work next-generation missions like , and future Decadal concepts.
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JWST Observer Jan 10
Come by the booth at to check out the M33 exhibit. 's instruments will enable astronomers to reveal the formation and evolution of galaxies (like M33) across cosmic history.
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Julien Girard Jan 9
I’m now helping out on the booth. Come pick up a sticker or poster and chat about this awesome mission. Remember, time flies, it’s coming and it will be amazingly sensitive!!!!
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John Debes Jan 9
Replying to @JohnDebes
Ren: you can dither a star behind the BAR5 mask to try to achieve very high contrast. This is a technique first suggested for , and we were able to test it on STIS
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