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Today’s Deep Space Extra

3 Jun 2020, 14:06 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The NASA/SpaceX Demo-2 mission underway aboard the International Space Station (ISS) following a weekend liftoff opens the door to more science aboard the ISS. Processing work on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), currently scheduled for launch in March of 2021, has been slowed by COVID-19.
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$10 billion space telescope may be delayed by COVID-19, says NASACoalition Member in the News – Northrop GrummanForbes.com (6/2): Work to prepare the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) for a planned March 2021 launch could be slowed by delays in pre-launch processing caused by work place precautions tied to the coronavirus pandemic, the deputy project scientist for the observatory briefed the American Astronomical Society (AAS) on Tuesday. The complex space telescope is undergoing ...

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