James Webb launches fuel for space telescope rocket launch

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has finally launched its rocket into space today (Dec. 25).

About four hours before the scheduled Christmas morning release, The Ariane 5 rocket Began to fill 175 tons of impetus; 150 tons of liquid oxygen and 25 tons of liquid hydrogen now flow to the center of the rocket. A further 15 tons of propulsion will be loaded on top of the rocket, and refueling is expected to be completed within an hour and 22 minutes of launch, a NASA spokesman said in an update on NASA TV.

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