CAPE CANAVERAL—After years of delays and mushrooming development costs, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the $8.8 billion successor to Hubble, faces another potential hurdle to an October 2018 launch—a schedule conflict with Europe’s BepiColombo mission to Mercury, which also is slated to fly on an Ariane 5 booster at the same ...

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