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James Webb Telescope Took The First Pictures Of Mars 

The James Webb Space Telescope has captured pictures of the Solar System’s planets for the first time, and the last part may be especially helpful.  At NASA and the European Space Agency Subscriber The first images of Mars were taken on September 5, and they promise new insights into the planet’s atmosphere. Data from the Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) are already showing some surprises.  First, the Hellas Giant Basin is strangely darker than nearby areas during the hottest time of the day, according to NASA research Giuliano Liuzzi and Space.com pointed out – Higher air pressure at a lower aquarium height reduces heat generation.

Images of the visible part of Mars, which at the time of shooting was facing the telescope, were obtained using the NIRCam near-infrared camera. These images should provide planetary scientists with important data about Earth’s close neighbor that can be used in conjunction with information from rovers and orbiters studying Mars from space.

During the observation, “James Webb” received images and spectra with spatial resolution, which scientists need to study the phenomena occurring in the planet’s atmosphere, including dust storms and changes caused by the changing seasons. In addition, the telescope in one observation was able to capture what is happening on Mars during the day – during the day, at sunset and at night.

It is expected that further observation of Mars using the James Webb telescope will determine the presence of water, carbon dioxide and other chemical compounds on the surface and in the atmosphere of the Red Planet. Currently, the team of scientists working within the framework of this project is preparing a report on the results of the observations made for further expert evaluation of the collected data.

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