James Webb Space Telescope May Face New Launch Delay
HOUSTON—Government auditors are warning the NASA-led James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), currently planned for launching between late March and late June of 2019, is exhausting schedule and cost reserves. It is a familiar refrain for the technically challenged follow-on to the nearly 28-year-old...
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