NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's X-ray and Cryogenic Test Facility recently received the James Webb Space Telescope's wings for testing.
Testing of the James Webb Space Telescope's Center of Curvature Optical Assembly, or COCOA, recently was completed at Marshall Space Flight Center.
The Marshall Center has completed final cryogenic testing on six of the 18 mirror segments that will form NASA's James Webb Space Telescope’s primary mirror.
The first six of 18 segments that will form NASA's James Webb Space Telescope’s primary mirror completed final cryogenic testing this week.
The first six segments of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's primary mirror for space observations will begin final cryogenic testing this week.
The Marshall Center's X-ray & Cryogenic Facility has received a unique James Webb Space Telescope element for testing.
Recently, six James Webb Space Telescope beryllium mirror segments completed a series of cryogenic tests at the X-ray & Cryogenic Facility at the Marshall Center.
In mythological times reflective surfaces like shiny mirrors were credited with the ability to look into the future. But NASA is using mirrors to look into the past.
NASA and Northrop Grumman are keeping a "trained eye" on the James Webb Space Telescope, by training their engineers on how to handle and assemble the telescope's Optical Telescope Element (OTE).
The first mirror segment that will fly on the James Webb Space Telescope has completed its first series of cryogenic temperature tests in the X-ray and Cryogenic Facility.
The first of 18 mirror segments of the James Webb Space Telescope arrived this week at Marshall Center for testing at Marshall’s X-ray & Cryogenic Facility.