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she chose NASA agency One place to study for Hubble’s $10 billion successor James Webb Telescope, although it has yet to be launched to outer spaceThe US space agency said the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will study Beta Pictoris, a “young planetary system” that contains at least two planets, a number of smaller rocky bodies and a disk of dust, just 63 light-years from Earth. And according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the aim of the study is to better understand the dust and know what is happening in the planetary system, which is similar to the Milky Way, where the debris disk is likely to include comets, asteroids, rocks of different sizes and a lot of dust. Researchers are keen to find out what’s in the planetary system, said Chris Stark of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Stark added that his team will use the telescope’s coronal letters to block out the star’s light and get a better look at the debris disk, where pebbles and boulders can rush through space. , which leads to activity in space.
“We know that there are two huge planets around Beta Pictoris, and far away there is a belt of small bodies that collide and crumble,” Stark said in a statement. “But what is in between? How similar is this system to our solar system? Could dust and water ice from the outer belt? To eventually make its way into the inner region of the system? These are the details we can help extract from the telescope.”
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