The James Webb Space Telescope has not been named, NASA officials said

NASA has not finished reviewing the operation of the telescope namesake James Webb, officials said after a dispute over the name of the flag tower continued since last summer.

James Webb is the second superintendent of NASA. From 1961 to 1968, he oversaw the Apollo project that landed humans on the moon and supported NASA’s science program. That was the sentiment expressed in 2002, when director Sean O’Keefe decided to name the so -called Next Generation Space Telescope in Webb’s honor.

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