Webb Telescope Spies a Celestial Sparkler Among the Universe Earliest Galaxies


By Aahil

October  04, 2022

The first image of the oldest stars and galaxies in the universe have been captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

The first remarkable view was released by President Joe Biden that is the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date.

The Webb telescope showed the first image of SMACS 0723, where a massive group of galaxy clusters act as a magnifying glass for the objects.

Deep field observations are lengthy observations of regions of the sky that can reveal faint objects.

These distant galaxies and star clusters have never been seen, however The galaxy cluster is shown as it appeared 4.6 billion years ago.

These clusters are dense groups that have millions of stars, some of the first and oldest stars in the universe.

The sensitivity and resolution of Webb is shedding light on unseen aspects of the universe.

This discovery in Webb’s First Deep Field have provided a detailed of star formation, confirming the incredible power of JWST