NASA's new telescope will show us the infancy of the universe

By: Rivka Galchen,  The New Yorker
Mon, 08/16/2021

Next month, a European rocket carrying the James Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to launch into space.  In this New Yorker article, read about lead scientists, including Cornell's Nikole Lewis, who will work with the JWST’s NIRSpec (near-infrared spectrograph) instrument.

Read the full story in The New Yorker.

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