My Image of the James Webb Space Telescope(JWST) moving through the constellation Monoceros as it travels to the L2 insertion point, my image and Video clip are of the JWST +14 days after the Launch.

I captured & created this short Video Clip from my still images of the James Webb Space Telescope traveling to the L2 Point,
it will not reach the second Lagrange point (L2) for another two weeks.

Here is my YouTube Video clip

I captured this image & Video clip of the JWST as seen from my observatories at JBSPO in Yellow Springs, Ohio USA.
01/08/2022 03:08 U.T. to 03:42 U.T. The JWST was 654,530 Miles from Earth at the time of this shot.

12 Inch F4 TPO Newt. scope, Bisque ME Mount, & Hap Modified Canon EOS 6D DSLR, ISO 800, Raw data collection 30 x 1 minute sub exposures, or 30 minute total exposure integration. Canon Utility, Nebulosity, Pixinsight, Maxim DL, Adobe CC & Adobe Video.
I created an AVI file with some of the still images set the playback @ 2fps and added my sound to it, so turn on the volume when you play the Video.
I’ve been following the progress of the James Web Space telescope since about 2010.

Back in October of 2013 NASA invited me to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD. for a Comet ISON project I was working on. During my visit I received the full background tour of the James Webb Space Telescope Project, the Clean Assembly Room, the Vibration Testing Room where they did the vibration tests of the Frame for the JWST and I also observed some of the instrumentation components being assembled/tested in
the Instruments lab area.

To see some of my photos from my 2013 NASA visit please check out my Facebook page Albums “NASA Goddard”
It all was really amazing to see the JWST in it’s infancy in 2013..and now 9 years later its out there in space…

The JWST is now fully deployed, A big sigh of relief!!!!
The largest, most complex telescope ever launched into space is fully deployed. The Sun-Sheild, the Primary, and Secondary Mirrors have unfolded into place properly.
it will spend the next 5 months cooling down to “Operating Temperature” Before Collimation/Alignment & Instrumentation can be fully tested.

Do you want to know where the JWST is now? Check out the JWST here…

Best Regards,
John Chumack