NASA's Webb Telescope Shines with American Ingenuity
The James Webb Space Telescope is the most complex spacecraft ever made. Over 100 different companies, and multiple NASA facilities throughout the United States have contributed to its development. Each in some way have helped to build and provide parts for the telescope, or assemble them, and many have built testing and cleanroom facilities specifically for the spacecraft. Others helped provide equipment, personnel, and supplies for testing the telescope and its various parts. As a result of this collective group effort, scientist will be able to use the world's most advance telescope to break new grounds in science, and both discover and observe new parts of space that have never been seen before.
The James Webb Space Telescope is the most complex telescope ever made. Over 100 different companies and various NASA facilities in the United States have contributed to the James Webb Space Telescope. This feature shows off the various groups that have helped make this telescope possible and where they are around the country.
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NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center