How the son of sharecroppers helped send the world’s most powerful telescope to space

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Gregory Robinson grew up as one of 11 children of tobacco sharecroppers in rural Virginia. He reflects on his journey to NASA, where he directed the groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope program.

(Image credit: NASA via Getty Images)

July 15, 2022 at 10:45PM Rachel Treisman

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