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Webb space telescope replica ends Inner Harbor run

Three Nobel laureates, a former astronaut and Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski will be in Baltimore to discuss plans for the James Webb Space Telescope. A replica of the tennis-court sized telescope on display outside the Maryland Science Center ends its ...

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James Webb telescope replica goes on display at Science Center

Astronomy buffs can get a close-up look at a full-size replica of the James Webb Space Telescope in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The replica goes on display Friday outside the Maryland Science Center and remains through Oct. 26. Watch video the ...

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James Webb telescope model set up at science center

It took contractors about three days to assembly a full-size model of the James Webb Space Telescope at the Inner Harbor this week. The telescope is scheduled to launch in 2018 and scientists, like Project Scientist and Nobel laureate John Mather, are hoping it will make new discoveries of planets, stars, galaxies and the origins of the universe. The model, which will be in front of the science center for a couple weeks, has traveled around the world to garner support and interest in the program.

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