It's day one of the 21st annual Space Symposium. This year experts are gathering at the Broadmoor to discuss new space technology on the horizon.
One of this year's main attractions is a new satellite called the James Webb Space Telescope, Or JWST. It'll travel 940,000 miles from earth to get a glimpse of the earliest traces of the history of the universe.
JWST will be able to see light from stars that could be up to 13-billion years old, take pictures, and send them back to earth within seconds.
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