James Webb Space Telescope – President Biden reveals stunning first image
The first glimpse of how the James Webb Space Telescope will change the way people see the universe has arrived.
U.S President Joe Biden has released first image of Webb’s first image by ames Webb Space Telescope and it’s the deepest view of the universe ever captured so far.
The image also shows a massive group of galaxy clusters act as a magnifying glass for the objects behind them.
It also called gravitational lensing, this created Webb’s first deep field view of incredibly old and distant, faint galaxies.
The presentation of subject image occurred at the White House during a preview event with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.
Nelson said “It is the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken”.
Most of these and star clusters have never been seen before. The galaxy cluster is shown as it appeared 4.6 billion years ago.
The Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera is composed of images taken at different wavelengths of light over the course of 12.5 hours. The Hubble Space Telescope’s deepest fields took weeks to capture.
The first images by James Webb Space Telescope
NASA shared Webb’s first cosmic targets on Friday, providing a teaser for what else Tuesday’s image release will include: the Carina Nebula, WASP-96b, the Southern Ring Nebula and Stephan’s Quintet.
The first images by James Webb Space Telescope with Fine Guidance Sensor over a period of eight days at the beginning of May.
It also shows how Webb can capture detailed images of very faint objects.
The initial goal for the telescope was to see the first stars and galaxies of the universe, essentially watching “the universe turn the lights on for the first time,” said Eric Smith, Webb program scientist and NASA Astrophysics Division chief scientist.
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