Google celebrates the achievement of the James Webb telescope in this way!13 July, 2022
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Google celebrates the achievement of the amazing James Webb Space Telescope, which captured the first color image of the depths of the universe.
And Google transformed its main logo in a way that mimics the appearance of the James Webb Telescope, which is classified as the most powerful ever.
US President Joe Biden has revealed the first image from the James Webb Space Telescope, launched by NASA.
The image, which comes as a cluster of galaxies, reveals the most detailed glimpse of the early universe ever.
The sneak peek, shown by the White House, comes as the first high-resolution, full-color image ever captured by the Webb Telescope.
The first image showed galaxies that formed shortly after the Big Bang, more than 13 billion years ago.
In this image that reveals the secrets of the beginnings of the universe, the telescope targeted the group of galaxies called SMACS 0723, which acts as a magnifying lens, which also allowed the detection of very distant cosmic objects located behind them, an effect called gravitational lensing.
One of the main missions of James Webb's telescope, a $10 billion masterpiece of space engineering, is to explore the early ages of the universe.
Later, NASA published a set of images taken by the telescope, including two images of nebulae with two clouds of gas and space dust.
The first nebula (I called it Carina) is located 7600 light-years away and embodies the formation of stars, and it contains large clumps of them and exceeds its size several times the size of the sun.
The second is the "Southern Ring" nebula, which is called a planetary, although there is no connection between it and the planets, and it is a cloud of gas around a fading star.
The images also show the "Stefan's Pentagram", a group of galaxies interacting with each other.
One of the images, published on Tuesday, showed a planet outside the solar system, that is, orbiting a star other than our sun, and it constitutes one of the main research axes of the telescope.
The publication is a spectroscopic analysis from the James Webb Telescope, meaning it is not an image but a technique used to determine the chemical composition of a distant object.
In this case, that is the giant planet WASP-96 b, which is mainly made of gas and is outside our solar system.
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