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The James Webb Space Telescope has revealed a data antenna.  You will send tens of gigabytes per day

The James Webb Space Telescope has revealed a data antenna. You will send tens of gigabytes per day

The James Webb Space Telescope has been built over the years. NASA finally launched into space on the first day of Christmas. The next day to start the job the engineers responsible for this machine I decided to extend the antennaIt will allow the telescope to send data back to Earth.

The GAA antenna was deployed on December 26 and you can see it in the image below posted by NASA. The James Webb Space Telescope will allow data to be transmitted to our planet. This should be done twice a day. In this way, you will be able to receive files with a total size in . format At least 28.6 GB.

Photo: NASA

The James Webb Space Telescope team tested the antenna and we know the whole process took about an hour. Currently, the machine is on the road for nearly a month to the L2 libration point, which is located about 1.6 million kilometers from Earth. This is where the exploration of the universe will begin.

The James Webb Space Telescope will allow the most accurate observations of space in history. To do this, he must first open a multi-tiered canopy the size of a tennis court. The process will take several days to begin on December 28.

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