December 21, 2012: New Free e-Books Available about 2 Famous NASA Space Telescopes View feature
December 20, 2012: The Webb Telescope's Holiday Package View feature.
December 3, 2012: Testing the Fold: The James Webb Space Telescope's Sunshield View feature.
November 28, 2012: Video Hails Arrival of 2 Different Webb Telescope Mirrors View feature.
November 21, 2012: Attention Redditors: "I Am A Nobel Laureate, Ask Me Anything" with Project Scientist John Mather, Nov. 26, 1pm ET View feature.
November 21, 2012: New NASA Video Serves 'COCOA' to Test Webb Telescope Component View the Feature.
November 7, 2012: Cleaning Webb Primary, Secondary Mirror Canisters View feature.
November 2, 2012: NASA's Hubble and Webb Telescope Exhibit Comes to Washington County Museum in Oregon View feature.
October 25, 2012: NASA's Uncanny Amazing Webb MirrorsView feature.
October 24, 2012: NASA Goddard Astrophysicist Researcher Dr. John Mather Listed Among 25 Most Influential People in Space View feature.
October 23, 2012: Quasar May Be Embedded in Unusually Dusty Galaxy. Webb is needed to see the young stars buried within! Read more in the feature article.
October 23, 2012: JWST + STEM education meet in the RealWorld-InWorld engineering design challenge. Learn more about how to participate by watching this video. You can also learn more on this page on our site.
October 16, 2012: New! All your technical questions about the James Webb Space Telescope and solar system observations answered in our FAQ for scientists.
October 15, 2012: 'Giant Erector Set' Supports Webb Telescope Test Component View photo feature.
October 9, 2012: Nobel Laureate John Mather Tweet-chats at NASA View feature.
October 4, 2012: Webb Telescope's 'Worm Holes' in the Clean Room. View photo feature.
October 3, 2012: Taking COCOA Cryo. View photo feature.
October 2, 2012: Blanketing NASA's Webb Telescope's Science Instrument Electronics. View the feature.
September 24, 2012: First Two Webb Telescope Flight Mirrors Delivered to NASA. View the feature.
September 14, 2012: Yes, the James Webb Space Telescope Mirrors 'Can': View the photo feature.
August 24, 2012: The Webb Telescope's 'Golden Spider': View the photo feature.
August 23, 2012: Meet the Faces Behind the MIRI - Part 2: Rieke, Thatcher, Wright and Sukhatm. Read the feature.
August 21, 2012: We've added presentations from the 2012 SPIE meeting: View the page.
August 13, 2012: Second Flight Instrument Delivered for James Webb Space Telescope: Read the feature.
August 9, 2012: Meet Torsten Böker, European Space Agency (ESA) Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) scientist and the James Webb Space Telescope Deputy Project Scientist.: Read his bio.
August 8, 2012: We've updated our Recent Accomplishments page, where you can find adetailed (and somewhat technical) tracking of our progress: View the page.
August 6, 2012: Meet Mike Ressler, James Webb Space Telescope Project Scientist for the MIRI instrument: Read his bio.
July 24 2012: Meet the Faces Behind the MIRI - Part 1: Wright, Goodson, Glasse and Ressler: See the feature.
July 11 2012: Want to learn about light, optics, and the James Webb Space Telescope? Come to our family science night for middle school-aged students and families at NASA Goddard on July 25th! Preregistration required. More information: See the feature.
July 6 2012: Scanning Webb's Surrogate Eye. See the photo feature.
29 June 2012: NASA's 'Webb-Cam' Has Double Vision for MIRI's Arrival Read the feature.
25 June 2012: There is a new Behind the Webb video podcast. Learn about how Webb's mirrors were coated. Watch the podcast.
14 June 2012: First Flight Instrument Delivered for James Webb Watch the video.
14 June 2012: Meet Bernie Rauscher, Deputy Project Science for the Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM).
7 June 2012: James Webb Space Telescope's Mirrors Get 'Shrouded': Read the feature.
23 May 2012: We have a new gallery of multimedia products, from science features to B-roll, located at the Science Visualization Studio: View the SVS site.
17 May 2012: Our latest Webb Update newsletter is out! You can download a pdf from our Newsletters page.
16 May 2012: Got a question about JWST science? Chat with Nobel Laureate and JWST project scientist John Mather on Twitter May 17th at 2pm EDT. Tweet your question using the hashtag #JWSTscience and you might get an answer! You can also follow the tweetchat via our official Twitter feed. More information.
24 April 2012: NASA's Webb Telescope Flight Backplane Section Completed. Read the feature.
18 April 2012: Webb Telescope Spinoff Technologies Already Seen in Some Industries. Read the feature.
12 April 2012: NASA Goddard Engineers Testing Webb Telescope's OSIM and BIA Instruments. View the photo feature.
5 April 2012: Our Recent Accomplishments page was updated with some items with a March due date Visit the page.
29 March 2012: The MIRI Has Two Faces: Go 'Behind the Webb' (Telescope) in a New Video Read the feature.
27 March 2012: We have another team member bio up on the site. Meet George Sonneborn.
15 March 2012: "The Amazing Technology That Crafted the Webb Telescope Technology" Read the feature.
7 March 2012: NASA Astrophysicist Amber Straughn will be giving a free talk on the James Webb Space Telescope, March 21 in Washington, DC. Read the release for more information.
5 March 2012: NASA Invites Children and Families to Learn About the Universe Through the Eyes of NASA's New Webb Space Telescope. Read the release for more information.
28 February 2012: There is a new Behind the Webb video podcast out, about the MIRI instrument.
28 February 2012: The Winter 2012 Webb Update is now on our Newsletter page.
17 February 2012: We have an updated fact sheet comparing Hubble and Webb. You can find it at the top of our Print products page.
2 February 2012: New, a set of telescope-themed activities from the Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum, designed for the informal-education setting. View our For Educators page.
9 January 2012: NASA's James Webb Space Telescope: A Year of Achievement and Success Read the feature.