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From the infrared reflective coating on instruments aboard every weather satellite launched in the past 30 years, to the cooling plumbing on the James Webb Next Generation Space Telescope, the proudest order in their hundred-year history is being the sole supplier to NIST of the Infrared Standard Reference mirrors that are calibrated and sold worldwide.
JAMES WEBB TELESCOPE: Voice actor Peter Cullen, known for bringing to film and television numerous characters including Optimus Prime of "Transformers" Disney's Eeyore and many more, describes NASA's next generation space telescope.
If the very first stars had a quiet birth, then the proposed successor to Hubble, the Next Generation Space Telescope, might have a hard time observing them, Gilmore says.
These objects are the targets of NASA's Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST), the proposed successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.
Applications that will utilize the infrared imaging sensor include several of the world's largest ground-based telescopes; the arrays are also one of the candidates for NASA's Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST).
has been selected as part of a team to build NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, formerly known as Next Generation Space Telescope.
Detecting many of these faint bodies requires a keen eye, such as the Next Generation Space Telescope.
RSC designed this multiplexer to build the focal plane arrays for possible use on NASA's Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST), which will be the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.