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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope images today



NASA's James Webb Space Telescope images today

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope images today: Following the release of the first full-color picture of deep space taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. NASA is preparing to make several image releases on July 12 during a live webcast.

However, US President Joe Biden and NASA administrator Bill Nelson presented one photograph during a special live-streamed ceremony at the White House in Washington DC. The US space agency had initially chose to share all the photos.

A sight that was 13 billion light-years distant was caught in the snapshot.
You may still keep up with the release of the remaining photographs. If you missed the announcement of the first deep-space image.

On July 12, at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time (8:00 p.m. Indian Standard Time), NASA will webcast a live reveal of the photographs. Those interested may see the live reveal on NASA’s website or YouTube channel.

Images and spectroscopic data from the James Webb Space Telescope will make available by NASA from its Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. In collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope images today

The James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful telescope ever sent into space, was able to record the most crystal-clear picture of the early cosmos, dating back 13 billion years. The painting depicts the SMACS 0723 galaxy cluster as it looked 4.6 billion years ago.

In a cosmic amplification effect, the cluster’s overall mass serves. As a gravitational lens, bending light from farther-off galaxies behind it towards the observatory.

The deep field picture capture by Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera, according to NASA (NIRCam). “This galaxy cluster’s total mass serves as a gravitational lens, enlarging even further away galaxies in its wake.

Webb’s NIRCam has sharply defined these far-off galaxies; they include small. Dim structures that have never see previously, like star clusters and hazy patterns,” it said.

With a cost of $10 billion, Webb is circling the Sun at a distance of 1.6 million kilometers from Earth (roughly Rs. 80,000 crores).

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