August 17, 2022
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Nasa to launch newest space telescope on Christmas Day

The James Webb space telescope, considered the Hubble’s successor, will stay on the ground an extra day due to high winds

Dangerously high winds will keep Nasa’s newest space telescope on the ground for at least an extra day, with the launch now targeted for Saturday – Christmas Day – at the earliest.

Nasa announced the latest delay Tuesday. Upper-level high wind could force a rocket off-course or even damage or destroy it.

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