James Webb telescope latest image: hello friends! On July 12, James Webb Space Telescope released its next wave of images, heralding a new era of astronomy. Placed below are some main points:
NASA administrator Bill Nelson said that “Every image is a new discovery,”, “Each will give humanity a view of the universe that we’ve never seen before.”
On July 11, Webb Space Telescope revealed the clearest image to date of the early universe, going back 13 billion years.
NASA twits that “It’s time. #UnfoldTheUniverse with us, and join the global watch party for the first full-color images from the world’s most powerful space telescope”
The latest tranche included the “mountains” and “valleys” of a star-forming region called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula, dubbed the “Cosmic Cliffs,” 7,600 light years away.
NASA astrophysicist Amber Straughn said that “For the first time we are seeing brand new stars that were previously completely hidden from our view,”
The National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) has revealed three more images taken from the James Webb Space Telescope along with data of a distant planet’s atmosphere.
Image revealed earlier showed the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723. Webb’s First Deep Field is a composite made from different images taken at different wavelengths.
Images further revealed of the following targets: Carina Nebula, WASP-96 b (spectrum data), Southern Ring Nebula and Stephen’s Quintet.
Image shows a star-forming region in the Carina Nebula called NGC 3324, and its “mountains” and “valleys” speckled with glittering stars.