B-roll: Webb Telescope Element Packed and Transported to Joint Base Andrews for trip to NASA Johnson Space Center

  • Released Wednesday, May 31, 2017

B-roll clips and time-lapse sequences showing the process of packing the James Webb Space Telescope optics and instrument segment into the Space Telescope Transporter Air Rail and Sea (STTARS) container and transported from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to Joint Base Andrews in early May 2017. At Joint Base Andrews the Webb Telescope, inside its STTARS container, is loaded into a United States Air Force C5M Super Galaxy aircraft for transportion to Ellington Field Air Reserve Base in Houston where The Webb Telescope will be brought to the NASA Johnson Space Center for cryogenic testing.

B-roll of enginners at the NASA Goddard Space Flgiht Center pushing the Webb Telescope enclosed in the Space Telescope Transporter Land Air and See (STTARS) container out of the cleanroom and into the highbay area in preparation for transport to Joint Base Andrews and then on to the NASA Johnson Space Center. 4K and 1080p b-roll.

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