After many years, the James Webb Space Telescope is well on its way to becoming a worthy successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. Two JWST scientists, who have been with the project for a number of years, provide a detailed status report. See contents and selected excerpts from the current issue: Spring 2013.
The Spring 2013 issue of Mercury is now available to ASP members. Please log in to the ASP Member Portal to access the issue.
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If you’d like to sample a recent Mercury article, here’s a previously published piece from Mercury’s electronic archives that you can download: “So You Want to be a Professional Astronomer” by Duncan Forbes.