The first full-color photos from the James Webb Space Telescope are coming
NASA officials confirmed Wednesday that the first photographs from the next-generation James Webb Space Telescope
Will be revealed next month and will show the deepest view of the universe ever captured.
On July 12, NASA and its partners, the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, will release the first batch of full-color photos captured by the Webb telescope.
The $10 billion observatory is the world's largest and most powerful space telescope.
According to experts, it could transform our understanding of the universe.
Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, stated that seeing the first photographs from
The Webb telescope will be an emotional milestone for humanity, akin to nature "giving up secrets that have been there for decades, centuries, millennia."
"It is not a picture. This is a novel perspective "Zurbuchen remarked Wednesday in a news briefing.
NASA will live-stream the announcement at 10:30 a.m. EDT. In addition to the deepest infrared image ever obtained of the cosmos,
NASA officials will release the first spectrum of an exoplanet captured by the Webb telescope, which depicts the light emitted at different wavelengths by a planet from another star system.
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