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Webb Telescope NIRSpec Instrument Arrives at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

JWST Telescope NIRSpec instrument arrives at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. NIRSpec is provided by the European Space Agency and built by EADS/Astrium. The Near-Infared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) will be the first multi-object spectrograph to fly in space.
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JWST NIRSpec Instrument Arrives at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center    JWST NIRSpec Instrument Arrives at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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Short URL to This Page:http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11381
Animation Number:11381
Completed:2013-10-23
Video Editors:Nasreen Alkhateeb (AIMM)
 Michael McClare (HTSI)
Producer:Michael McClare (HTSI)
Videographer:Michael McClare (HTSI)
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