This live event is now over. You can read all information about images from NASA’s James Webb Telescope here.
NASA on Tuesday revealed the first high-resolution color images of the The James Webb Space Telescope has captured the universe. s one of them “It’s the deepest image of our universe ever taken,” according to NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.
It’s seeing the universe like never before. Something small, Nelson BooksWebb will give humanity a new view of space and fundamentally change our understanding of the universe. “These images show Webb’s power in searching for signs of life and the possibility of habitation on other worlds. His extreme sensitivity will help scientists understand some of the big questions about how and why stars form, and bring clarity to stars and galaxies in a way never seen before. From star formation to Devouring black holes, this telescope will reveal all this and more.”
The space observatory, which was launched in December, will be able to look inside Atmospheres of the outer planets And observing some of the first galaxies that arose after the beginning of the universe, and seeing them through infrared rays that are invisible to the human eye.
The first full color spectrum of an exoplanet, known as WASP-96b, is also expected to be shared on Tuesday. The spectrum will include different wavelengths of light that could reveal new information about the planet located 1,150 light-years from Earth, such as whether it has an atmosphere.
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