NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed to Christmas due to bad weather

NASA’s much-awaited next-generation space telescope is finally ready to launch — just as soon as the weather cooperates.

The James Webb Space Telescope, also known as JWST or Webb, has been in the works for decades. During a news conference held on Tuesday (Dec. 21), project officials confirmed that the observatory is ready to launch. However, within hours, NASA and its partners on the project announced that the long-delayed launch would be postponed by yet one more day, to Saturday (Dec. 25).



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