Aviation Week & Space Technology

Aviation Week & Space Technology, November 14, 2016

After the $8.7 billion James Webb Space Telescope is launched,  NASA has no plans to service it as the Hubble Space Telescope was. That means the new telescope must go through its complex deployment sequence perfectly the first time and perform its ground-breaking science without repairs or upgrades. Frank Morring, Jr. reports.  NASA Goddard Space Flight Center photo. Also: What Trump means for aerospace and airlines | U.S. Air Force role in Mosul battle | U.S. airlines head for Cuba 

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