Auto Credit Based on RCSR's Ariane 5

About James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)

The JWST (James Webb Space Telescope), formerly named NGST (Next Generation Space Telescope), is conceived as a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope and is planned for 2021 .
It should operate for at least five years and possibly even for as long as ten years.Several innovative technologies have been developed for Webb.
These include a folding, segmented primary mirror, adjusted to shape after launch; ultra-lightweight beryllium optics; detectors able to record extremely weak signals, microshutters that enable programmable object selection for the spectrograph; and a cryocooler for cooling the mid-IR detectors to 7 K.
The long-lead items, such as the beryllium mirror segments and science instruments, are under construction.

All mission enabling technologies were demonstrated by January 2007. In July 2008 NASA confirmed the Webb project to proceed into its implementation phase, and the project conducted a major mission review in March 2010.
Compared to currently existing or planned observatories, the JWST will have the unique advantage of combining superb image quality, a relatively large field of view and low background light with a highly stable operating environment.
All of these are very important characteristics for the infrared observations the JWST will need to carry out to see the first stars and galaxies.
The Observatory is the space-based portion of the James Webb Space Telescope system and is comprised of three elements:

1.the Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM)
2.the Optical Telescope Element (OTE) (includes the mirrors and backplane)
3.the Spacecraft Element (Spacecraft Bus and Sunshield)

The Integrated Science Instrument Module, or ISIM, will house the four main instruments. Webb's instruments will be designed to work primarily in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum, with some capability in the visible range.
It will be sensitive to light from 0.6 to 27 micrometers in wavelength. JWST will feature following instruments.

1.Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) - provided by the European Consortium with the European Space Agency (ESA), and by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
2.Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) - provided by the University of Arizona
3.Near-Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) - provided by ESA, with components provided by NASA/GSFC.
4.Fine Guidance Sensor Tunable Filter Imager (FGS-TFI) - provided by the Canadian Space Agency. The FGS contains a dedicated Guider and a Tunable Filter Imager.

GENERAL INFO

  • Predecessor: Ariane 5
  • This craft has been featured
  • Created On: Android
  • Game Version: 0.9.802.0
  • Price: $32,828k
  • Number of Parts: 1834
  • Dimensions: 55 m x 13 m x 6 m

PERFORMANCE

  • Total Delta V: 21.6km/s
  • Total Thrust: 12.1MN
  • Engines: 23
  • Wet Mass: 2.72E+5kg
  • Dry Mass: -466,765kg

STAGES

Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass
1 1 6.5km/s 1.6MN 9.8m 2.72E+5kg
2 2 3.6km/s 3.1MN 2.7m 2.72E+5kg
3 0 0m/s 0N 0s 2.5E+5kg
5 2 21m/s 1.7MN 0s 38,801kg
6 1 1.4km/s 83kN 9.6m 38,801kg
8 2 5.0km/s 200N 3.77days 13,673kg
9 2 5.0km/s 200N 3.77days 13,673kg

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    8,065 Zenithspeed

    anyone got a version of this without the rocket? i'm sure the rocket is well made too but i just wanna plop the JWST itself into an orbit (since lagrange points don't exist in game) and just vibe

    4 months ago
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    7,215 SpaceJunk69

    Amazing!
    I have a space telescope project like this,but ive stuck at the sunshield part lol
    Good job!

    +2 7 months ago
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    @yuange ahh that's ok in my screen it looks like it's gonna break and fall off

    +3 7 months ago
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    255 yuange

    @Aquaflames4571 yeah but i can't fix it
    :(

    +2 7 months ago
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    This thing is amazing I would give it ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 stars but the upper arm of the secondary mirrors is shaking a lot and you might want to fix that

    +2 7 months ago
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    12.8k FalconAero

    nice(this comment is sent on kindle)

    7 months ago
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    @OrbiteX outta make a Complex telescope version of this :D (I so don’t know how people are able to shape parts btw, like making a fuel tank into a Block shape)

    +1 7 months ago
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    Nice build! Here’s more information on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) on Wikipedia or on N.A.S.A!
    (National Aeronautics Space Administration.)

    7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @sflanker Here u go...

    James Webb Space Telescope | Ariane 5 (Auto Orbit) by OrbiteX

    Do let me know on the same as I would be glad to have this craft put out to the SR2 community cause the number of hours I have put into tweaking and modifying every part of these crafts and vizzy to put this up would only then be worth the effort..

    In addition, You can also have a look at my Profile page where a clear 'note' which was written for all fellow creators and users to address the same due to the nature of my page

    7 months ago
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    Mod sflanker

    @OrbiteX sounds good to me.

    +1 7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @sflanker I am once again uploading my post... Do have a look and let me know if the credits given are sufficient... If not please do advise on what I could do... Would be happy to add that in as i have made my intentions clear

    +1 7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @sflanker Thanks for the clarification....

    As per how I put out crafts is as mentioned in an earlier comment ie. Taking a combination of 2 crafts (1 rocket and 1 or 'n' satellite/s) to make a realistic mission happen... Perhaps that's why the auto credit system is not working as designed...

    Nevertheless, if you see my crafts, they all have a specially mentioned Credits portion and that has mentions of the crafts used and more importantly, a clickable link to the Orginal creators craft.... (Which is similar to how the Auto credit system works)

    So I am doing everything that I can to promote the hard work of these creators while also putting out crafts as per real world missions which is all that my page is about...

    Thanks once again cause seeing the gate by other (not @RCSR) is just plain demotivating

    +2 7 months ago
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    Mod sflanker

    @EFL, @RCSR:

    But you did not inform EFL in advance

    That's not how this website works. The policy on this website is that it is ok to download, modify, repurpose, and re-upload crafts without permission. The only requirement is that 1) attribution be given in the case of re-upload (and this should happen automatically), and 2) the changes be sufficient for the craft not to be considered an exact copy.

    Activities such as uploading a craft with a different payload, or even with just a vizzy program added is fine so long as the post description makes it clear what changed and the changes represent some added effort/value.

    @OrbiteX That being said, something you are doing seems to break the auto-credit system. When you post a craft that is heavily based on someone else's work, if the post does not automatically have "Auto Credit Based on ...'s ..." that is a problem. If this happens please notify me in a comment and I will fix it.

    Unfortunately if you're merging two crafts it is not possible to have them both auto-credited, so in that case the more substantial craft should be auto-credited and the other(s) should be mentioned prominently in the description.

    +1 7 months ago
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    4,633 EFL

    @OrbiteX It's hard for us to accept this.

    7 months ago
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    Nice

    7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @RCSR well yea that's on me.... I wish I could directly intimate the owners that I'm working on their craft instead of dropping it in the coments out here

    7 months ago
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    1,625 RCSR

    @OrbiteX Your idea is good, but your approach hardly lets us know what you want to do.

    7 months ago
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    1,625 RCSR

    @OrbiteX But you did not inform EFL in advance, just like I took your computer and said, I have a good monitor, it will be better with your computer host. Or if I took your computer without warning you, would you think I stole your computer?

    7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    Well basically cause i just like to put up a good mix of what I feel is the best hardware combination of craft and rocket by different creators for a mission that happens ... Along with a Vizzy that I feel many first time users of SR2 can use without feeling overwhelmed...

    That's all...
    As I said earlier... Credits are always due to all those putting their time and effort into making these amazing crafts

    7 months ago
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    1,625 RCSR

    @OrbiteX So why are you doing this? The FEL team was pretty pissed off just now.

    7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @LaunchDepartmentAerospace yep cause people like u who just scan through the lines don't deserve it....

    Kudos to creators like @EFL who take the efforts continuously to put out quality crafts

    7 months ago
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    @OrbiteX but you delete your craft just now.

    7 months ago
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    @OrbiteX but I see you say the spacecraft is make by your own in the description.

    7 months ago
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    2,421 OrbiteX

    @LaunchDepartmentAerospace Have no intention to...

    Infact had given due credit to all the creators who had put this craft together (atleast the ones visible)...

    Most if not all my crafts are based on taking a combination of a satellite and rocket from established creators who know what they are doing...

    So people acting the way they have just make these efforts looks like peanuts...

    But anyways...@EFL that's an amazing rendition of the JWST...

    Hope your work is atleast appreciated by these guys who can just type sitting on their couches

    7 months ago
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    @OrbiteX 这家伙偷你韦伯

    7 months ago
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