The James Webb Space Telescope will find the first galaxies that formed in the early universe and peer through dusty clouds to see stars forming planetary systems.
The James Webb Space Telescope joins a great legacy of space-based astronomy. NASA’s space telescope missions have revolutionized our understanding of the universe and our place within it. Webb has the high resolution of the Hubble Space Telescope and the ability to detect light wavelengths into the mid-infrared range, like the Spitzer Space Telescope. Webb’s infrared-detecting technology will reveal the hidden universe to our eyes: stars shrouded in clouds of dust, water in the atmospheres of other worlds, and the first light from the earliest galaxies ever formed.
The science that will be done using the Webb telescope will bring us closer to NASA’s overarching science goals of discovering secrets of the universe and searching for life beyond Earth.
Videos : Webb Space Telescope
GLz-13 Research Paper: https://bit.ly/3Siw2qf
GLz-13 Episode: https://bit.ly/3zYobpu
Webb's Highest Redshift Candidate: https://bit.ly/3SNQako
Earendel Research Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2208.09007.pdf
Reference Article: https://bit.ly/3UFBepl
Hubble Deep Field: https://bit.ly/3dGw0Ji
List of farthest objects found to date: https://bit.ly/2HZ8VRK
Redshift and spectroscopy: https://bit.ly/3BD1n0S