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The James Webb Space Telescope

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Uploaded on Aug 1, 2008

JWST will be almost three times the size of Hubble, and has been designed to work best at infrared wavelengths. This will allow it to study the very distant Universe, looking for the first stars and galaxies that ever emerged. Bob Fosbury, Head of European Hubble Collaboration, explains.

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