James Webb Space Telescope: All you need to know about newly released pictures!

At a sneak peek ceremony at the White House in Washington on Monday, July 11, President Joe Biden unveiled one of the first few photographs from the James Webb Space Telescope. On Tuesday, July 12, at 10:30 a.m. EDT (14:30 UTC), NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in collaboration with the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, will be broadcasting the complete set of Webb’s first full-color photos and spectroscopic data.

James Webb Space Telescope: All you need to know!

The deepest and clearest infrared view of the far regions of the cosmos to date is shown in this first photograph from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. This image of the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723, also referred to as Webb’s First Deep Field, is loaded with information. Webb’s perspective has seen the first appearance of thousands of galaxies, including some of the weakest objects ever seen in the infrared. This region of the huge universe is about the size of a grain of sand stretched out at arm’s length by somebody on ground.

The world’s biggest and most powerful space telescope, Webb, will unveil the infrared universe through a series of initial photographs that will be released one at a later time.

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