Unimaginable discovery in space: the first PHOTO was taken with the James Webb telescope. Such a thing had never been seen before.
Telescope (Image from Pixabay)
The questions we usually ask ourselves about space and what is happening above our noses are many and very disparate. Are we alone in space? Where does the universe begin and end? These questions are the basis of the studies of all astronomers in the world.
Today’s news is truly extraordinary and has been released by NASA with immense joy. To show it was the President of the United States, Joe Biden, during an event at the White House. Let’s get to the heart of the story.
Incredible discovery in space: the very first photo taken by the James Webb Space Telescope has been published
The very first photo of the James Webb Space Telescope has been shared. We are in the presence of a cluster of galaxies visible from the southern hemisphere and which has been the subject of numerous studies for many years.
The telescope in question was born thanks to the collaboration of NASA, ESA and the Canadian Space Agency. We are in the presence of a very powerful vehicle which has been placed about 1.5 million kilometers from the Earth in one of the points of gravitational equilibrium with the Sun.
What is this telescope capable of showing us? It is able to observe aspects that the previous instrument was not able to capture before, such as the atmospheres of exoplanets or the presence of elements likely to verify the presence of life on Earth.
It’s a historic day – these are the words of Joe Biden once he heard the news. The important collaboration of the three agencies allowed a deeper and more detailed study of the universe. The photo, indeed, is the visual testimony of the greatest physical distance that man has been able to achieve.
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The photograph represents the deepest glimpse into the universe ever captured – these are the words of NASA.