The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

           The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope is NASA's Infrared Space Telescope, which is scheduled to launch in May 2027.

Work on the project began in 2010.

The Infrared Observatory, like the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), aims to gather evidence of primitive light by looking into the maximum distance of the RST universe.

However, the main purpose of the Roman Space Telescope was to study dark energy, or dark energy, and distant planets.
The glass of the Roman Space Telescope is coated with unusually thin silver. Its purpose is to reflect infrared rays.

The thickness of the silver above the glass is only about 400 nanometers, two hundred times thinner than hair. The maximum elevation is just 1.2 nanometers. The mirror of the RST is twice as smooth as NASA expected.

Therefore, it is thought that unexpected results will be obtained from this space telescope.

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