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If you’ve ever wished you could get an insider’s look at the daily activities of NASA Goddard’s largest clean room, you’re in luck. Web cams are now providing live coverage of work on the components of the upcoming James Web Space Telescope. The cameras snap and display one picture per minute from the pristine workspace of the clean room at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

The advantage to the Webb-cam is that the average person doesn’t need to do a micron-type clean up and spend time donning protective gear. Anyone can sit at their computer and see what’s going on, no matter what they’re wearing.

[via @NASA_Langley]