NASA developing telescope more powerful than Hubble, James Webb


Astronomers have been able to solve the secrets of the cosmos thanks to the remarkable James Webb Space Telescope, which has provided a number of breathtaking images of galaxies.

But, NASA researchers are working to construct a another space telescope that will be larger than the James Webb. By 2027, the “Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope” is expected to launch.

One of the experts involved in the project, who dubbed it “a new century for astronomy,” claimed that the telescope will enable the gathering of more data and assist in solving other astrophysical puzzles.

The telescope would offer a better “panoramic vision of the universe and enable more statistical investigations,” according to Marco Sirianni, an ESA project manager for science operations development.