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A NASA adviser released a space telescope called the Homophobic Administrator

During testing at the James Webb Space Telescope 2017

During testing at the James Webb Space Telescope 2017
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Astronomer Lucian Vacoucus has resigned from NASA’s advisory committee after a request from the space agency to rename the James Webb space telescope was misunderstood. Webb was a NASA administrator during the 19060s who helped persecute LGBTQ employees.

It’s fair to say that astronomer Lucian Vacoucus of the Adler Planetarium in Chicago is very upset right now – and for good reason. On September 28, the same day, the Vaccos were hit by a car. They learned that NASA had made the decision. It was not immediately clear why the soon-to-be-launched James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Insufficient reason to rename). In response, Walkachs wrote a caustic. Open letter NASA has announced its resignation from the NASA Astrophysics Advisory Committee (APAC), effective October 12.

This represents a serious loss for NASA. As a scientist, Vakokos has played an important role in our wonderful activities and our understanding of them. Effects The potential of habitable eruptions and the potential for human activity on Mars. Walkowicz was even one کشودرگرہ In their name.

It is completely understandable that Vakocos wants to go beyond NASA. James Webb (1906-1992) enacted anti-gay policies at the US State Department and NASA, where he served as administrator from 1961 to 1968. 20 years ago Earlier this year, a Application Asked if NASA had renamed the next-generation telescope in view of the inclusion of the web. Fear of lavender– A time when Strange Government employees were fired or forced to resign.

NASA responded by launching an investigation into the matter. The APAC was seeking updates from NASA, but the committee was told to wait for the results of the investigation, which the space agency described as “complete.” Suddenly and with minimal detail, NASA. Announced On September 28, he said no further action would be taken, saying investigators had “found no evidence at the time to guarantee a name change.”

NASA was overwhelmed by the issue, only talking to reporters at NPR (as I can tell) and refrained from issuing a formal statement. Writing in his open letter, Walkows called NASA’s decision to “quietly e-mail a select few journalists” “Filipino” and “pathetic.” A light answer speaks to the big issues in the space agency, Walkows writes.

This choice shows that any promises of transparency and fulfillment were in fact lies. It is also clear that NASA will prefer a committee of Yasmin, a committee that signs things that NASA already intended to do, or perhaps a reform of the moderate course. Tells about things that don’t challenge NASA at all. It is also clear that while Sean O’Keefe can only suggest James Webb as a telescope because he thinks it’s a good idea, strange people need to justify their opinion through investigation. ۔

Wakoches said he was not optimistic about the name change, especially given that current NASA administrator Bill Nelson Opposition to same-sex marriage Until 2013.

“NASA’s response to the space agency’s position” sends a clear message “and” it also clearly tells me that NASA does not deserve my time, “Walkows wrote. He is concerned that “NASA has little insight into its involvement in organized repression,” citing racial injustices in the film. Hidden data.

“Of course, I’m not the first fool to actively discourage NASA service,” Wakochs wrote, “but I’m not the first and won’t be the last person to be evacuated from NASA’s space, where clearly straight.” People’s opinions are valued and people’s experiences are taken more seriously.

Looking ahead, Wakoches said he would refrain from using the space telescope in his official name, and he is encouraging others to do the same. Meanwhile, the struggle Rename The telescope continues after Harriet Tubman.

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