To last and do your work
Oh, man. I love this thing. You think it's done, it gets up for another round.
Bevvies raised for Hubble and those NASA smarty-pants.
NASA has successfully restored another instrument on the Hubble Space Telescope. The space agency has revealed that on November 28, it was able to resume operations of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph – an instrument installed in 2009 to give Hubble a better chance of gathering data that reveals the temperature, density, and …
Agreed. It's not because the JWST has "telescope" in the name that it will do the same job as the Hubble.
The JWST is specialized for looking into infrared. It is a requirement for Science, no argument there, but the only thing that could replace Hubble would be a Hubble II.
Optical may not the best tool for Science, but it is still mighty useful.
And it gives pretty pictures.
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