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James Webb Space Telescope Vs Liquid Mirror Telescope

Some stark differences between the two most advanced telescopes for Space Exploration.
James Webb is a Space telescope and uses gold-plated, beryllium mirrors.
It is not stationed on Earth.
Liquid mirror telescopes are made up of reflective liquids such as Mercury.
James Webb Space Telescope is the largest (6.5m wide) and most powerful space telescope.
India’s liquid mirror telescope employs a 4m diameter rotating mirror and is stationed in Uttarakhand.
James Webb Space telescope sends data to ground stations on Earth for analysis.
Liquid mirror telescope stays on earth and will generate
10-15 GB/night.