Nasa Released Some Of The Greatest Photos Of Space Ever

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Uncovering new mysteries of the universe is what NASA’s powerful telescope has just done!

On July 12th, 2022, NASA published the deepest infrared image of the universe. Showing a tiny size as a grain of sand in a huge universe, the image released by NASA space telescope James Webb showcases thousands of galaxies in a vast universe. They have small, faint shapes with baby stars that have never been discovered before.

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The James Webb Space Telescope is the world’s first space science observatory. According to NASA, its goal is to help uncover and explain our solar system mysteries, and enable a better understanding of the origins of the universe.

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Other pictures of the universe were published by NASA. They triggered several heartwarming reactions on social media all over the world. One of the pictures shows what looks like a curtain of dust and gas. Behind it is hidden baby stars glowing magically. These “Cosmic Cliffs” have never been seen like this before.

 

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Next up is Stephan’s Quintet photo. Five galaxies are pictured with four of them pulling each other in a gravitational dance which seems to be a high five from the universe!

 

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Thanks to the NASA James Webb space telescope, we will uncover mysteries about the universe, star formation, and gas interactions. The last picture shared by the space telescope shows a planetary nebula, an expanding cloud of gas that surrounds a dying star.

 

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