James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), previously known as Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST), is a flagship-class space observatory under construction and scheduled to launch in October 2018.
The JWST will offer unprecedented resolution and sensitivity from long-wavelength (orange-red) visible light, through near-infrared to the mid-infrared (0.6 to 27 micrometers), and is a successor instrument to the Hubble Space Telescope and the Spitzer Space Telescope.
While Hubble has a 2.4-meter (7.9 ft) mirror, the JWST features a larger and segmented 6.5-meter (21 ft) diameter primary mirror and will be located near the EarthSun L2 point.
A large sunshield will keep its mirror and four science instruments below 50 K (-220 C; -370 F).
The shapes and proportions of the objects are accurate. Following the original plans and photos.
Selecting the object named CONTROL (parents). Change the size, position and rotation of the whole. Ready for animation. Ready to render. Textures , materials, lights, camera included.
In OBJ format.
In the OBJ format all properties are maintained. The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included. The ZIP file contains: OBJ file, MTL file, and original texture map JPG.
In FBX and MAX format.
The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included.
Change the frame on the timeline to change configuration of the ship.
Optimized for infographics, integration in real environments and for close-ups.
HD shapes with the minimum possible number of polygons.
Ready to render.