James Webb Telescope Just Discovered Something Weird On Jupiter

James Webb Telescope Just Discovered Something Weird On Jupiter

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The scientific community is anticipating the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope! The James Webb Space Telescope is primarily intended for infrared astronomy. As the biggest optical telescope in space, its exceptional infrared resolution and sensitivity enable it to observe objects that are too early, distant, or dim for the well-known Hubble Space Telescope.
Expectations for the most powerful and expensive telescope ever built are understandably high. On the other hand, can JWST live up to the hype? Thanks to the mind blowing finding by the space observatory on Jupiter, scientists have an early response to that query! And they are really thrilled about the results.
What has the world's most powerful telescope discovered on Jupiter? Has it finally discovered aliens on this vast planet? Should this discovery worry you? Make sure to watch the video all the way through as we bring you the terrifying new discovery of the James Webb Space Telescope.

The $10 billion The James Webb Space Telescope is NASA's largest and most powerful space science telescope, and it will explore the cosmos to learn about the universe's history, from the Big Bang to alien planet formation and beyond. It is one of NASA's Great Observatories, massive space instruments that include the Hubble Space Telescope to peer deep into the cosmos.

Webb is frequently referred to as Hubble's replacement, but we prefer to refer to it as a successor. After all, Webb is the scientific successor to Hubble, and its scientific goals were inspired by Hubble's findings. Hubble's science pushed us to look to longer wavelengths in order to "exceed" what Hubble had already accomplished. More distant objects, in particular, are more strongly redshifted, and their light is pushed from the UV and optical into the near-infrared. Observing these distant objects such as the first galaxies formed in the Universe, for example necessitates the use of an infrared telescope.

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is an infrared space observatory that was launch from French Guiana, on December 25, 2021. The James Webb Space Telescope travelled nearly a million miles in 30 days to its permanent home: a Lagrange point, which is a gravitationally stable location in space. On January 24, 2022, the telescope arrived at L2, the second sun-Earth Lagrange point. L2 is a location in space near Earth that is opposite the sun; this orbit will allow the telescope to remain in alignment with Earth as it orbits the sun.
Astronomers expected it to produce stunning images of distant galaxies and star-forming regions, as well as analyse the chemical compositions of exoplanet atmospheres. And NASA's flagship space telescope has not let us down.

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