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The James Webb Space Telescope has been completed and tested. It is now in transit by sea from California through the Panama Canal to the Arianespace ELA-3 rocket launch site at the European Spaceport, which is located at Kourou, French Guiana.
The launch date is set as December 18. The JWST will replace the Hubble Space Telescope.
There are numerous websites dedicated to this launch. Just Google "James Webb Space Telescope".