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Last time we saw the James Webb Space Telescope, it arrived at its destination

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Exactly one month after its launch, the largest space telescope ever built by man has reached its goal, namely the second Lagrange point, that area of ​​Space about 1.6 million kilometers from Earth where the gravitational influence of our planet, the Sun and the Moon are balanced. The Earth and the telescope will rotate together around the sun and Webb, from his current position, will be able to collect images of the deeper cosmos. The first images will come to us next summer, after a period of calibration and calibration of all the instruments.

In these HD images from ESA, the European Space Agency, the moment when James Webb broke away from the Ariane 5 rocket with which he was launched into space. These are the latest visual evidence of the space telescope, which in its adventure among the stars is not accompanied by a video camera.

Read: After 30 years and 10 billion dollars, the largest space telescope in the world starts

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