The James Webb Space Telescope will look at 100 galaxies at once

“One of the rules for building airplanes is to have as few moving points as possible,” said Andy Bunker, Oxford University astrophysicist. “And that’s why we built something of a quarter of a million replacements.”

Bunker talks about NIRSpec, the Near Infrared Spectrograph, one of the four instruments in the world. The James Webb Space Telescope, preparing to open their eyes to the world. He was one of seven European scientists who developed the NIRSpec project (sponsored by Elepa Space Agency), and is currently waiting for the player to begin providing data.

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