Astronomy Will Never Be The Same Again
NASA showed off the first full-color images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope and they are spectacular.
First, we have the deepest and sharpest infrared image ever taken of our universe -
a region full of thousands of galaxies.
Because the light from these distant objects takes so long to reach us,
we’re seeing them as they were when the universe was less than a billion years old.
Then there’s the Carina Nebula. This image provides a glimpse into how stars form.
Next is the Southern Ring - a region of cosmic dust and gas that surrounds a dying star.
And finally there is Stephan’s Quintet - a compact group of five galaxies.
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