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NirSpec, one of James Webb's eyes

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Uploaded on Aug 1, 2008

NIRSpec is an infrared Spectrograph, sensitive to radiation from the most distant galaxies and capable of observing more than 100 objects simultaneously. Ralf Maurer, NirSpec Project Manager, explains.

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