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LUVOIR Telescope Will Discover New Planets Better Than Earth webfi network



Finding the next earth-like planet is no easy feat. NASA is already planning on bigger and better telescope than the James Webb Space Telescope.

Introducing the Large Ultraviolet Optical Infrared Surveyor, also known as LUVOIR. This is NASA’s most ambitious concept for a space observatory to succeed Webb with a multi-wavelength, upgradable space facility that, like Webb, will orbit at Lagrange point 2 (L2).

So, as the scientific world is just beginning to unwrap the incredible gift to humanity that is the James Webb Space telescope, and preparing for the mid-2020s launch of the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, let’s take a look at what may come next..

Just a Hint:

It’s Spectacular!

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47 Comments

  • Tim Lundberg on January 24, 2022

    This thing will be able to see the whole universe

  • Andre' Sr Tidwell on January 24, 2022

    I love this stuff 😍

  • Justin Chapman  on January 24, 2022

    Wow! I didn't think it could get any better than the James Webb Space Telescope. Boy was I wrong.

  • About My World on January 24, 2022

    Interesting info

  • Guillermo Gonzalez on January 24, 2022

    This one would make Edwin Hibble turn over in his grave

  • The Smoke 1 Show. on January 24, 2022

    I like this

  • Mike Tayon on January 24, 2022

    Let's not forget folks, LUVOIR is still a CONCEPT, in the drawing board stages, and is TOTALLY dependant on what goes on with, and happens with, the JWST! At least now, so far, JWST is a "success" relative to being able to make and launch. The next 6 months of work with JWST will be critical to what goes on with the design and advance of this concept telescope, LUVOIR!

  • Cartel Brickz on January 24, 2022

    Launching in 18 years (2039). Let’s gooooo

  • Engr. Khalid Parvez on January 24, 2022

    AMAZING AND CURIOUS

  • AstroWizard on January 24, 2022

    What if Russia already stole the idea and is secretly building it? 🤔

  • iHP on January 24, 2022

    Jame webb more powerful☕

  • Lars de Munck on January 24, 2022

    Webb took how much longer than originally planned? Expect the same from luvoir then.

  • Factnomenal on January 24, 2022

    🤔 What's more terrifying.. being alone in the universe or not?

  • Hermes on January 24, 2022

    A waste of money and resources.. there's is only 1 earth that is made for life.. others are just wonders of heavens.. it's there to be marveled and to show God's infinite power.. SETI is dying.. yet it does not find any intelligent life in our galaxy nor in the universe.. the reality is there is none.. Bigbang is the greatest deception in history and many people have been deceived..

  • Déèp on January 24, 2022

    Congratulations 👍

  • Shaul Jonah on January 24, 2022

    It will be nice to know more than we do now.

  • immortal spirit being. on January 24, 2022

    "Lets find a new earth, so we can suck the life out of it, pollute it, so we can make a ton of money, and leave the impure bloodlines to their death!!"
    The elite bloodlines.

  • H How on January 24, 2022

    "What About Jesus Christ"

  • Brady Langaigne on January 24, 2022

    I'm recently new to the channel, I'm getting to love your content. Keep up the hard work and dedication to bring us so much information.

  • Vlatko Franco on January 24, 2022

    Launch date: 2039 (proposed)

  • Thomas Corbett on January 24, 2022

    Wow that thing is huge and I thought the Web was huge .

  • nick tibbz on January 24, 2022

    That telescopes going to get taken out ive got a gut feeling something's going to happen to it

  • Doug Preston on January 24, 2022

    Now to work on how to get to those planets.

  • Thomas Walz on January 24, 2022

    Amazing! Bring it on!

    Still, I come across fear induced news of the possibility of an authoritarian administration in the States.

    If this happens, you can kiss funding for this effort goodbye from the USA. Authoritarians love money and power… space exploration is a waste of their precious money. They'd rather spend it on a bigger yatch, taller buildings with their name on it, and a larger, N. Korean style pleasure squad…

  • Dc Brown on January 24, 2022

    Unless we are able to travel faster than the speed of light , finding life beyond 10 light years from earth won’t matter……odds are the meteor that killed the dinosaurs placed us at odds with other life in the galaxy….they all reached their extinction around 300 million years ago ,as we are approaching ours as a civilization reaches a level of technology it achieves a point of either extinction or evolution

  • Kdecem on January 25, 2022

    😎👍🏿

  • keir farnum on January 25, 2022

    Naw. We should buy 20 more aircraft carriers instead. /s

  • The Art of Steve on January 25, 2022

    And this telescope will also get so much delayed that by the time its ready the technology will be outdated. Lol. But jokes apart this telescope will truly be our generation's telescope

  • Zadeify on January 25, 2022

    How are supposed to get to those planets? All we do is make money till we die and technology barely improves.

  • Amazing one..!! Technology is getting more smart, more advance everyday. From the time of Hubble Space Telescope to the JWST. I think that, in future LUVOIR will revolutionize the study of Astronomy and Astro-biology. In far future much more advance telescope will lunch and (may be) with the help of them, we may detect the alien life and understand the various mysteries of space.

    Thank You 'Factnomenal' for sharing this beautiful video 😀

  • Zonker Harris on January 25, 2022

    Have they even decided on LUVOIR A or B? JWST is just entering its L2 orbit and I keep seeing videos that make this seem like it's even remotely close. Isn't this realistically 15-20 years away?

  • Donald Hatch on January 25, 2022

    Guarantee we launch the smaller one in about 30 years. If we’re lucky. Congress needs most of their budget to spend on wars and/or personal agendas. Those idiots almost didn’t fund Webb because it was over budget, meanwhile they are completely fine with passing 3 trillion dollar bills

  • Donald Hatch on January 25, 2022

    “Mid 2030s” 😂 so basically 2055 at the earliest.

  • King Shadow on January 25, 2022

    Yes lets look at worlds that we will never be able to reach. Waste of money.

  • bacolando on January 25, 2022

    Isn't gold-plated beryllium the best reflective material they have?
    So why are all the video renditions showing like "regular coloured" mirrors?

  • jc50gt on January 25, 2022

    Soooo…….20 years before it launches? Dang.

  • sktls space crypto on January 25, 2022

    I think being alone in the universe would be more terrifying, good question!

  • sktls space crypto on January 25, 2022

    Luv the LUVOIR!

  • Harry Macintyre on January 25, 2022

    It's so scary but exiting at the same time, I truly think either James Webb or luvoir will find life

  • Alex B. on January 25, 2022

    Woow .. I love the intro

  • Mr Andreas Nathanael on January 25, 2022

    Will this telescope proof that there's no hell? …Ooor otherwise around 🤔🤔

  • Shadowcat107 on January 25, 2022

    I love outer space 💜😍

  • It's Epic Steve on January 26, 2022

    luvoir space telescope

    date:2039(proposed)

  • Anime Junkie on January 26, 2022

    Seriously they are wasting money peeking in on Cat Planet. We gonna hairball it and send it off to one of your black holes.

  • Mark Marsh on January 26, 2022

    "Better Than Earth?" … Hyperbole much? … How is Earth NOT absolutely perfect? … (with the obvious exception of our toxic defective species)

  • Larry Cooper on January 26, 2022

    Just imagine where we would be if it wasn’t for governments and corruption stopping the rise of advanced tech.

  • Damir Olejar on January 26, 2022

    aSHtronomers…

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