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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Won't Hit Santa During the Christmas Launch
« เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 25, 2021, 10:19:44 »



NASA is launching a massive observatory into space early on Christmas Day (December 25), but you don't need to worry about hitting Santa Claus.As St. Nick is ending his annual world tour, Presumably somewhere in Alaska, Hawaii, or other Pacific islands in the westernmost time zone, the Ariane 5 rocket will explode from South America with NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
Santa is not expected to cross path with the Ariane 5 rocket,

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which is scheduled to take off during the 32-minute window that opens at 7:20 a.m. EST (1220 GMT) on Saturday. That's 9:20 local time at the point. Launch: Guiana Space Center near Kourou, French Guiana.Santa wasn't just far from French Guiana when the rocket launched. After sending the gift there several hours earlier, But his sled will also fly in the opposite direction. Santa must fly west, but Ariane 5 will soar east. through Africa before going into space

And the Webb telescope won't orbit the Earth either. So there's no chance it will orbit the Earth and hit Santa's sleigh after it's released. Instead, it heads straight for a point of constant gravity 930,000 miles (1.5 million kilometers) away from our planet, known as Earth-sun Lagrange Point 2 (L2).

Although Santa spends most of his time hiking close to the world. But he received a special license from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that allowed him to The agency said it had "rapidly traveled to the International Space Station" on the "StarSleigh-1/Rudolph Rocket" on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24), the agency said in a statement on Thursday.