Hubble and Spitzer are closed, and many astronomy enthusiasts are expecting NASA to launch the James Webb Space Telescope as soon as possible. However, in a report on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), released by the United States Government Office for Accountability, NASA is scheduled to renegotiate James Webb’s launch date in the spring.
The James Webb Space Telescope was scheduled to launch in November, according to the report, but the probability of achieving that goal is only 12 percent.
In addition, the report warned that 76 per cent of JWST project funds had been spent, and they believed that if the extension continued, there would be no room for manoeuvre and additional budgets would have to be added as soon as possible.
It is reported that the James Webb Space Telescope from the development to complete a total of more than 20 years, condensed NASA, the European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency, Northrop Grumman and many other forces of collaboration between the results of the labor. However, the James Webb telescope project has been out of control since 2009, with the latest fraud said to have reached $9.7 billion ($67.2 billion) and seven years behind schedule.