NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will use infrared capabilities to study Jupiter's 'Great Red Spot'

Lee Bell
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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will use infrared capabilities to study Jupiter's 'Great Red Spot'

The 'most ambitious and complex space observatory ever built', claims NASA

NASA's "most ambitious and complex space observatory ever built", the James Webb Space Telescope, will use its infrared capabilities to study Jupiter's Great Red Spot.  In a bid to shed some lig...

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