“…one of the wonderful challenges about astronomy is that we have to imagine something so we can go look for it. But nature has a way of being even more creative than we are; so we have always been surprised by what we see in the sky. That’s why building a telescope has always been interesting. Every time we build a better one, we see something we never imagined was out there.” - Dr. John Mather
Learn more about the science goals of the James Webb Space Telescope with Dr. Amber Straughn and Dr. John Mather.
James Webb Space Telescope
NASA Science Live - An Update on the James Webb Space Telescope from the Cleanroom