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First Images from NASA’s James Webb Telescope Coming Soon: Know About Launch Time, Launch Event Expenses

Astronomy enthusiasts are ready to witness the long-awaited leap, as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and European Space Agency (ESA) will release the ‘first light’ images of James Webb telescope next week.

Images from the most powerful observatory in the world will help us to know the impact of the space telescope.

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The space telescope will help us to delve into the world of imagination as it will be able to explore space for more than 20 years. Images from the James Webb Telescope will give us a glimpse of what the future might look like

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When can you see the first image from the James Webb Telescope?

You can view the first set of images from the James Webb Telescope at 10:30 am (2:30 pm GMT) on July 12, as NASA will share the photos for public viewing. The agency will share the photos one after the other via a TV broadcast from the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The space agency will share the images in a grand manner. Media sources are also expected to cover the launch event in detail.

How much money is being spent on the launch event?

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Nearly $10 billion (approximately 10 lakh) was spent to assemble the James Webb Telescope. NASA spent many decades to make the mighty telescope.

Where to see the first images from the James Webb Telescope?

You can watch the vent live stream on YouTube as Daily Motion, Twitch and NASA will show it. The live release of each image will coincide with its release on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

In case you want to see all the images together, you should go to NASA’s official website once the live stream ends.

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