The James Webb telescope packs some very uninteresting storage

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) may have produced some of the most awe-inspiring images in the history of deep space photography since its launch, but even the most modest modern laptop can beat it in the storage stakes.

The world’s most advanced telescope only has a 68 GB Solid State Drive (SSD), although this still beats the modest 2 GB used by the Hubble telescope (the world’s previous top telescope), it’s next to nothing compared to what available to consumers today.

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