The latest invention of NASA, James Webb Space Telescope is once again delayed, and this time it’s all due to climatic reasons. As per the latest information, it is being claimed that now the telescope will be released on December 25, in French Guiana from Europe’s Spaceport. At 7:20 a.m. ET, on Christmas morning, the window will be opening and will shut by 7:52 a.m. ET. Additionally, the team NASA will also be providing live coverage of its launch on NASA’s TV channel, and shortly, the website would also start on Saturday at 6 a.m.
On Tuesday, the experts of NASA clarified that due to the unfavorable weather conditions there is some delay and also noted that they have already done with the Launch Readiness Review for the telescope. However, on Wednesday, there will be yet another weather forecast to authenticate the final launch date of the telescope.
The team said that the release of the vehicle and the James Webb Space Telescope is just in steady-state and the protected circumstances in the Final Assembly Building. Hence, the indications for the premier space observatory of the upcoming decade, the telescope, originally plotted for a 2018 release. this has already led to a long time span delays, involving the amalgamation of various factors conducted due to the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic and other technical challenges.
In the last past week, the team members were working on “interaction-related problems amongst the lookout and the release of the vehicle structure.” In an online mail, NASA noted that they have derived the launch to December 24. Since then there are many issues that are in the pace to be solved and would not affect the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope.