The study of exoplanets, planets that orbit stars other than the Sun, is fascinating field of research in which the Webb telescope is expected to deliver many new discoveries.
Join Dr Leigh Fletcher, a planetary scientist from the University of Leicester, as he reveals the incredible potential of the James Webb Space Telescope for exploring the diverse environments across our Solar System.
Join Dr Emma Curtis-Lake to hear how James Webb Space Telescope will act as a time machine, allowing us to peer into the early Universe to learn how galaxies first formed and how they evolved.
Join Dr Olivia Jones, an astronomer specialising in dusty stars, as she looks ahead to the highly anticipated launch of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Piyal Samara-Ratna was lucky enough to have front-row seat in the design, build and testing of the James Webb Space Telescope
The James Webb Space Telescope is the largest space telescope ever built and, after years of designing, building, planning and testing, its launch date has been announced as 18 December.