The United States and Canada have the two most powerful telescopes in the world, and both will see a significant increase in the number of objects they can look at in 2018.
In 2019, the United States will have five of the most powerful space telescopes in existence, and Canada will have four.
That’s more than twice the number in 2019 as compared to the same period in 2020.
The United States has two new telescopes.
NASA’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe will observe the first star to be found in the Milky Way, and the James Webb Space Telescope will help determine how our solar system formed.
Both of these space telescopes are being built by a company called SpaceX.
Both are being used to launch rockets into space, and each of the two is expected to be a key part of the space industry for decades to come.
SpaceX is building the first-ever “deep space” spacecraft, which will travel to the farthest reaches of the solar system and back, and it has also been building a fleet of new rockets.
The company is also working on its next-generation space plane, the Falcon Heavy.
The James Webb Telescope, which was built by NASA, will be able to look at the entire sky in 2018, including the night sky.
In 2021, it will also be able look at stars far beyond the observable universe.
In 2018, the James Howard Kunstler Telescope (JHU) will begin to be operational, and will become one of the biggest space telescopes ever built.
JHU is being built to look deep into the universe, and its primary purpose is to search for signs of alien life.
The telescope is expected for service in 2024.
In 2020, the JHUs Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) will be launched and will provide a much-needed boost to astronomy, as well as help astronomers better understand dark matter.