James Webb Telescope Terrifying New Discovery SHOCKS The Entire Space Industry!

James Webb Telescope Terrifying New Discovery SHOCKS The Entire Space Industry!

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Although it may seem strange to think about seeing back through time, astronomers do it every day. NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has captured stunning images of our universe that allow us to observe distant galaxies in their earliest stages.

These are images that let us view faraway galaxies before they were 13 billion years old. It's an ideal moment to take a trip back in time and be thankful for both our first-class seats on the cosmic elevator and our ability to travel across time. Early Universe, Star Birth, and Death, Galaxy Mergers, Planetary Atmospheres

These are all things we can learn about thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope. The telescope's scientific discoveries are beyond believable, and it keeps breaking new ground. But how does the James Webb Space Telescope help us discover the universe's very first stars? What discoveries break the rules of physics? And have scientists found any signs of life elsewhere? Join us as we delve deeper into the science behind the James Webb Space Telescope's discovery of galaxies that defy modern physics... Speed of Light

One of the most well-known "laws" of physics is the speed of light. When we talk about "speed," we actually mean all the wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum, which move at a mind-boggling 300,000 km/s. Light moves so fast that it seems to happen instantaneously in our everyday lives. When you stare at the moon, you actually see it in its earliest stages. Even though it's only a fleeting glance into the past, it is still the past.

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