The James Webb Telescope Has Arrived And Is About To Get To Work!
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After twenty years of planning and thirty days in space, the James Webb Telescope has finally arrived at its destination.
After opening slowly in the previous days, like a colorful flower in the desert, Monday, January 24 the giant instrument is positioned in the workplace that will occupy the next 10 or 15 years.
A workplace very distant from Earth, a tiny oasis of gravitational tranquility where other probes have already taken place over time…
We are talking about the now famous Lagrange Point L2, and we are sure you’ve heard of it before.
In the three-body problem, which consists in calculating the position and velocity of three celestial bodies subject to the influence of mutual gravitational attraction,
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