The latest device, the James Webb Space Telescope, is available in the cold working heat

The James Webb Space Telescope saw a good example – indeed – during its months of calibration for deep space observation.

The last maker of the $ 10 billion James Webb Space Telescope has finally fulfilled his working heat on nothing. The launch will ensure the observatory can detect cosmic objects in infrared light, according to a report Wednesday (April 13) from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California, leading to the US company on the device, called Mid- Infrared Device (MIRI).

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