The James Webb Telescope has been transformed into a delicious cake. See where you can see this cake, it's a premiere

Credit: Canadian Space Agency on instagram
Credit: Canadian Space Agency on instagram
Credit: Canadian Space Agency on instagram
Credit: Canadian Space Agency on instagram
Credit: avspacemuseum on instagram
Credit: avspacemuseum on instagram

News and cake ...! The James Webb Telescope has been transformed into a delicious cake. The Canadian space agency posted an extraordinary and at the same time delicious image. As you can see above, the James Webb telescope that was built by NASA, ESA but CSA, is even higher, but not life-size or the materials from which it is built. No, it is tens of times smaller than it really is, and it is not made of very complicated elements, but of a lot of chocolate, cake tops and a lot of other foods used to make a cake. Even though it is not life-size and is not made of "very complicated elements", it was a painstaking job, it needed a lot of attention and it is not as easy as you think. 

Professional pastry artist, Catherine Beddall is the one who created the wonderful cake above. Let's be serious, for the holidays, gingerbread is everywhere, in all its forms. And if it is in all forms, why not be in the form of a space telescope and not just any, but the most powerful space telescope that exists so far. The whole cake was created by Catherine from gingerbread and sugar and this cake was created, as shown by the James Webb telescope, as well as Ariane 5 (the rocket on which it will be launched). This work of art in the kitchen is exposed to the public and can be seen until after the launch of the telescope. 

The last day you can see it is January 7, 2022 at Av Space Museum in Canada. But the best thing if you want to see it is to go until January 6, 2022, to make sure you don't miss it. For more information, see the article about this telescope on the museum's official website here: To be able to see it, consult the website beforehand and reserve a place.

More about James Webb Telescope:

The whole process of building the telescope took 15 years, and in these 15 years, a telescope capable of many has been developed! MN Colibri is the ship with which Webb arrived from California in French Guiana in a container, navigating the Panama Canal.

After arriving in French Guiana, ESA announced that it had reached a 6-ton telescope, 10.5 m high and almost 4.5 m wide. However, the load with which the ship arrived was approximately approx. 76 tons, 6 tons are from the telescope, and the other 70 are different materials and equipment. ESA has announced that it offers extremely good conditions for the telescope, in clean rooms, even after it is mounted on the rocket. But now, it's on Spaceport in French Guiana. But, as far as we know, ESA said, it will be launched from the spaceport of French Guiana, which is somewhere in the middle of the forest.

Thousands of people have worked to remove this telescope and only 100 specialists are now working for this launch. ESA and NASA have divided these specialists into several groups, each dealing with a specific part. In the end, it should theoretically have all the teams put everything they worked on together, so the James Webb telescope is ready to launch.

James Webb Telescope is an international partnership between NASA, ESA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).

General information about James Webb Telescope:

  • Launch mass: 6,500 kg (14,300 lb)
  • Dimensions: 20.197 m × 14.162 m (66.26 ft × 46.46 ft), sun-shield
  • Power: 2 kW
  • Type: Korsch telescope
  • Diameter: 6.5 m (21 ft)
  • Focal length: 131.4 m (431 ft)
  • Collecting area: 25.4 m2 (273 sq ft)
  • Launch date: 25 December 2021
  • Mission duration: 10 years (planned)

(credit: Wikipedia for general information - above information about James Webb Telescope)

We wish succes to all people that work to this telescope and we wish succes to the telescope to send us the best images and information from space.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 23 December 2021, at 07:08 am Los Angeles time

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