The James Webb Space Telescope described by Peter Cullen

The James Webb Space Telescope described by Peter Cullen

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The James Webb Space Telescope described by Peter Cullen

Voice actor Peter Cullen, known for bringing to film and television numerous characters including Optimus Prime of "Transformers",

Disney’s Eeyore and many more, describes NASA’s next generation space telescope.

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