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 NASA Reveals New Images From James Webb Space Telescope

NASA astronomers have released new images from the James Webb Space Telescope. Now people can see the most distant depths of space.

New images show the deepest parts of space. The telescope will help to study how the Universe looked like billions of years ago, as well as to find other planets.

After President Joe Biden had a first look at new images from the depths of space taken by the James Webb Space Telescope yesterday, the US National Aerospace Agency (NASA) showed new photos to the general public on Tuesday.

The first high-resolution, full-color images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope are considered a milestone that heralded a new era in astronomical research.

Scientists are now ready to embark on a competitively-selected program to investigate the evolution of galaxies, the life cycle of stars, and the atmospheres of distant exoplanets.

The first batch of photographs collected by Webb was selected by NASA to demonstrate the capabilities of the telescope and the challenges of upcoming science missions.

The main image, which was presented on Monday to President Biden at the White House, was a photograph of the massive galaxy cluster SMACS 0723, showing the most detailed image of the early universe to date.

Four other objects captured by Webb included the Carina Nebula, the giant exoplanet WASP-96 b, the South Rim Nebula, and the Stefan Quintet cluster of galaxies, each thousands of light-years from Earth.

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