James-Webb observed the most distant known star

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Understand the James Webb Space Telescope mission in a minute The James Webb Space Telescope, a new flagship in space observation, will be launched on December 18 from Kourou, Guyana. After a journey of 29 days, it will reach the Lagrange point L2 in the opposite direction from … Read more

James-Webb looks into Earendel, the most distant known star

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Understand the James Webb Space Telescope mission in a minute The James Webb Space Telescope, a new flagship in space observation, will be launched on December 18 from Kourou, Guyana. After a journey of 29 days, it will reach the Lagrange point L2 in the opposite direction from … Read more

James-Webb reveals the composition of the gas around a supermassive black hole

Stephan’s Quintet, a visual grouping of five galaxies located in the constellation Pegasus, was among the first images chosen to illustrate the power of the James-Webb Space Telescope in comparison to its predecessor, Hubble. But JWST not only makes it possible to take lavish images, it also performs spectroscopic analyzes that reveal the chemical composition … Read more

James-Webb would already break the Hubble record for the most distant galaxy ever observed!

We know that James Webb Space Telescope has a mirror greater than that of Hubble which allows him to see further and better than Hubble in L’infrared. But to have access to layer oldest light of cosmos observables, both instruments must use strong gravitational lensing. As part of the Glass Observation campaign (Grism Lens-Amplified Survey … Read more

James-Webb would already break the Hubble record for the most distant galaxy ever observed!

We know that James Webb Space Telescope has a mirror bigger than Hubble which allows him to see further and better than Hubble in L’infrared. But to have access to layer of light the oldest in cosmos observables, both instruments must use strong gravitational lensing. As part of the Glass Observation campaign (Grism Lens-Amplified Survey … Read more

And now Jupiter in the eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope

Not only did the James Webb Space Telescope study celestial bodies millions or billions of light-years away, it also pointed its large mirror at Jupiter and its potentially habitable moon, Europe. Again, the result exceeds astronomers’ expectations. That first images by James-Webb unveiled on July 12 and effectively inaugurated the scientific campaign for the largest … Read more

the first pictures open a new era in astronomy

By them mistsa group of galaxiesan exoplanet, and a cluster of galaxies and a deep field is therefore the first images and spectra of the James-Webb Space Telescope, which was presented and set in motion the scientific operations. This new era of astronomy has been unanimously welcomed by the scientific community, which expects significant progress … Read more

expect the deepest picture of the universe ever!

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Understand the James Webb Space Telescope mission in a minute The James Webb Space Telescope, a new spacecraft in space observation, will be launched on December 18 from Kourou, Guyana. After a journey of 29 days, it will reach the Lagrange point L2 in the opposite direction of … Read more

expect the deepest picture of the universe ever!

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Understand the James Webb Space Telescope mission in a minute The James Webb Space Telescope, a new spacecraft in space observation, will be launched on December 18 from Kourou, Guyana. After a journey of 29 days, it will reach the Lagrange point L2, in the opposite direction of … Read more

expect the deepest picture of the universe ever!

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Understand the James Webb Space Telescope mission in a minute The James Webb Space Telescope, a new spacecraft in space observation, will be launched on December 18 from Kourou, Guyana. After a journey of 29 days, it will reach the Lagrange point L2 in the opposite direction of … Read more