James Webb Space Telescope arrives at observation point

James Webb, the next-generation space telescope that succeeds the Hubble Space Telescope, arrived at its destination a month after departing from Earth. It was announced that it had arrived at the 2nd Lagrange branch (L2) at about 1.5 million km from the Earth at 5:05 (Korean time on the 25th at 4:05 am). This place is four times more distant than the moon. The Lagrange point is

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