James Webb: The amazing picture of Jupiter taken by the space telescope that no one noticed

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The images were taken by the James Webb Jupiter Telescope.

The first images of the universe taken by the James Webb Space Telescope have left the scientific world – and many of those who have seen them – astonished.

The amount of detail and, above all, the range of colors and the vibrancy of the images have led astronomers to point out that we are on the cusp of a new era in space exploration.

After the first image was published on Monday – showing a group of galaxies in the region called SMACS 0723 – five more images were released on Tuesday, including the Carina Nebula and Stephen’s quintet.

While releasing these images, NASA also released a document explaining how these records were achieved.

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