James Webb Space Telescope unveils the universe as you’ve never seen or heard it before

James Webb Space Telescope unveils the universe as you’ve never seen or heard it before

It’s the universe as we’ve never experienced it before. The James Webb Space Telescope is sending back incredible images of deep space so advanced scientists believe it’s going to “change astronomy forever.” It’s not only that we can see into space and time billions of years ago. The magic is that we can see anything … Read more

James Webb researchers find two exceptionally bright early galaxies

James Webb researchers find two exceptionally bright early galaxies

Researchers, using NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), have found two of the exceptionally bright and farthest galaxies seen to date. These galaxies existed approximately 450 million and 350 million years after the big bang, respectively. The previous record holder is a bright infant galaxy, named GN-z11, which existed just 400 million years after the … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope unveils the universe as you’ve never seen or heard it before

James Webb Space Telescope unveils the universe as you’ve never seen or heard it before

8:28 James Webb Space Telescope reveals a universe of sights and sounds It’s the universe as we’ve never experienced it before. The James Webb Space Telescope is sending back incredible images of deep space so advanced scientists believe it’s going to “change astronomy forever.” It’s not only that we can see into space and time … Read more

Spectacular New Images From The Webb Telescope Show Galaxy Collision 270 Million Light-Years Away

Spectacular New Images From The Webb Telescope Show Galaxy Collision 270 Million Light-Years Away

This image from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope depicts IC 1623, an entwined pair of … [+] interacting galaxies which lie around 270 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Cetus. The two galaxies in IC 1623 are plunging headlong into one another in a process known as a galaxy merger. Their collision has … Read more

How the James Webb telescope images were brought to life

How the James Webb telescope images were brought to life

Erik Rosolowsky was like a kid at Christmas when the James Webb Space Telescope started sending him long-awaited photos of a distant galaxy. And the first person he wanted to show his new present to was his Uncle Mike. Rosolowsky, an associate professor of physics at the University of Alberta, was among the first Canadian … Read more

James Webb telescope shows Neptune like you’ve never seen it before – National

James Webb telescope shows Neptune like you’ve never seen it before – National

The most recent images from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) are showing Neptune “in a whole new light,” according to NASA, who published the latest offerings of its $10 billion space-travelling observatory on Wednesday. Before it captured Neptune on camera, the JWST was impressing the public with stellar photography of nebulas and galaxies in … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope snaps mesmerizing view of Orion Nebula- magical home to star birth

James Webb Space Telescope snaps mesmerizing view of Orion Nebula- magical home to star birth

Nasa James Webb Space telescope has captured a never before seen image of the Orion Nebula. The tech marvel that it is, the James Webb Space telescope has yet again left people astonished with a stunning view of the vibrant Orion Nebula. The telescope has captured Orion’s heart by using the NIRCam instrument giving us … Read more

A Newly Discovered Exoplanet Is Now Our Second-Best Target For Webb Telescope, Say Scientists

A Newly Discovered Exoplanet Is Now Our Second-Best Target For Webb Telescope, Say Scientists

Exoplanet against red dwarf, elements of this image furnished by NASA getty Scientists have discovered two “super-Earth” exoplanets, one of which is in its star’s habitable zone. That means liquid water could exist on its surface. The planet, known as LP 890-9c or SPECULOOS-2c, was found around a red dwarf star that’s around 100 light-years … Read more

Jaw-Dropping New 122 Megapixel Webb Telescope Images Reveal Hottest, Most Massive Stars Known

Jaw-Dropping New 122 Megapixel Webb Telescope Images Reveal Hottest, Most Massive Stars Known

In this mosaic image stretching 340 light-years across, Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) … [+] displays the Tarantula Nebula star-forming region in a new light, including tens of thousands of never-before-seen young stars that were previously shrouded in cosmic dust. The most active region appears to sparkle with massive young stars, appearing pale blue. Scattered among … Read more

Another Stunning First For Webb Telescope As Its Detects ‘Smoke Clouds’ On A Planet Outside The Solar System

Another Stunning First For Webb Telescope As Its Detects ‘Smoke Clouds’ On A Planet Outside The Solar System

Do exoplanets have clouds? Yes—and now we know that for sure. getty The same team of researchers that last week took the James Web Space Telescope’s (JWST) first direct image of a planet outside our solar system has confirmed the presence of smoke-like silica clouds in the atmosphere of another. Hypothesized for many years, the … Read more