NASA Works To Keep Webb Telescope To Revised Schedule

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NASA is working to overcome the cost growth and delays that plagued the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) for nearly a decade, but technology challenges could threaten the agency’s ability to keep it on track. The $8.8 billion program led by Northrop Grumman was rebaselined in 2011 and has since...

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