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This telescope is our next great detective in the universe
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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24 April 2020
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After more than 16 years of observations, NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope came to an end on Thursday [30 January]. It leaves a legacy of discoveries in its wake, which in turn has created new questions and intriguing targets for follow-up observations. Spitzer was our infrared detective, spying exoplanets and distant galaxies. Now, there's a gap in infrared observations until NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launches in 2021. This large infrared telescope will be the premier observatory of the next decade, according to NASA.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
But scientists aren't worried about the gap. Exoplanet science continues through NASA's planet-hunting TESS mission, which has already found over 1,000 exoplanet candidates in its first year of science operations.
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