Wednesday, December 7, 2011

NASA vows $8.8 bn space telescope on track for 2018

December 6, 2011 by Kerry Sheridan This undated NASA handout image shows a full scale James webb Space TelescopeEnlarge
This undated NASA handout image shows a full scale James webb Space Telescope. After a series of delays and billions spent over budget, the potent James Webb Space Telescope is on track to launch in 2018 at a total project cost of $8.8 billion, NASA vowed on Tuesday.



After a series of delays and billions spent over budget, the potent James Webb Space Telescope is on track to launch in 2018 at a total project cost of $8.8 billion, NASA vowed on Tuesday.

MORE: http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-12-nasa-vows-bn-space-telescope.html

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