October 3, 2022

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NASA displays 'deepest picture ever' of our universe |  Instagram news VTM

NASA displays ‘deepest picture ever’ of our universe | Instagram news VTM

It’s only been a few days since “the deepest picture of our universe ever taken,” but we’re impatient: NASA released a preview yesterday. The test image has been immortalized by the new James Webb Telescope, a powerful telescope that can look back some 200 million years after the Big Bang. “This is further than anyone has ever seen.”

James Webbwhich is currently 1.5 million kilometers from Earth, can see that far into the universe thanks to its huge mirror and instruments that pick up infrared signals, allowing it to peer through dust clouds.

The Canadian European American viewer is worth about ten billion dollars and also contains the best Belgian technology. It was launched on Christmas Day with a European Ariane-5 launch vehicle. His instruments have been in operation since late May and James Webb can remain in operation for up to 20 years.

video. What does the James Webb telescope look like and what will it do?

The test image released this week is the result of 72 observations in 32 hours, according to NASA. For the first full picture, we’ll have to wait until July 12, or next Tuesday. Although the preview does not show a complete image, it is one of the deepest images of the universe ever taken, the US space agency said in a statement. The statue offers an “alluring look” at what will be revealed in the coming weeks, months, and years.

Scientists react enthusiastically to the test image. According to Gene Rigby of NASA, “The fainter spots in the image show exactly the kind of faint galaxies that Webb will explore during the first year.”

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“The telescope will examine objects from the solar system and the atmospheres of exoplanets orbiting other stars,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said late last month. “This gives us clues as to whether their atmospheres might be similar to ours. So we might be able to answer some Our questions: Where did we come from? What is left? Who are we? And of course it will provide answers to questions that we do not yet know.”

video. The James Webb Telescope has been successfully launched into space

The James Webb Telescope was launched on Christmas Day with a European Ariane-5 launch vehicle. © AP

A stargazer can still see the universe thanks to its huge mirror and instruments that pick up infrared signals, allowing it to peer through clouds of dust.

A stargazer can still see the universe thanks to its huge mirror and instruments that pick up infrared signals, allowing it to peer through clouds of dust. © Reuters