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Google Doodle Honors James Webb Space Telescope's Deepest Infrared Photo

(CTN News) – In honor of the James Webb Space Telescope’s deepest and sharpest infrared photo of the cosmos, Google has created a special animated doodle.

A scientific marvel and one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is also known as the James Webb Space Telescope or Webb.

This is the biggest, most powerful, and most intricate infrared telescope ever launched into orbit.

A Google Doodle for July 13 showed an animation showing a telescope using a camera to take pictures of the cosmos. A bunch of images from outer space appears later in the doodle.

Moreover, clicking on the doodle will take one to a page that contains all the information about the JWST as well as the recently released images. NASA launched the james webb space telescope from Webb six months after launch, revealing new worlds and depths.

JWST is named after James E. Webb, NASA’s second administrator, who oversaw the Apollo missions that put humans on the moon.

It took the telescope a month to travel 1.5 million kilometers from Kourou, French Guiana, where it was launched on December 25, 2021. To make the launch possible, NASA, ESA, and CSA worked together.

Deepest photo of the universe

pictures from the James Webb space telescope Astronomers, scientists, and researchers will now be able to examine every stage of cosmic history, spanning a staggering 13.5 billion years, as well as the mysteries outside of our galaxy with the JWST.

Using Webb, NASA hopes to study the early cosmos, galaxies across time, star-life cycles, and additional planets.

By examining the light from galaxies that originated 400 million years after the big bang, the JWST can identify oxygen and organic substances on other planets.

In addition, James Webb Space Telescope will provide the highest quality infrared pictures ever captured by a space observatory, allowing scientists to investigate problems as well as planets orbiting other stars and thoroughly examine our solar system.

Humanity has yet to fully comprehend celestial bodies, time, and space, so James Webb’s space telescope mission discovery will pave the way for future scientific discoveries.

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