The main role of the James Webb telescope of the NASA is to observe and explore the depths of the cosmos. The aim is to find out a little more about the birth of the former galaxies and the identification of distant exoplanets. It is also used in the study of the atmosphere to learn about its life forms.

In 2017, the telescope also initially focused on the process of star formation, Jupiter and its moons. And not only this, but also the atmosphere around the exoplanets egg quasarsuperheated regions around large black holes.

The release of the color images of the telescope images and their data is planned for: tuesday 12 july 2022 at 10:30 AM EDT (2:30 PM UTC), 4:30 PM Italian. You can watch everything live on NASA’s web channels and on social networks. Six months have passed since the telescope launched into space. The largest, most expensive and most complicated telescope ever launched.

Our goals for Webb’s first images and data are both to showcase the telescope’s powerful tools and to give a taste of the science mission ahead, we’re sure to deliver a long-awaited “wow” to astronomers and the audience.

Klaus Pontoppidan, JWST Project Scientist, Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Even researchers don’t know what the first one will look like color imagesas explained by Joseph DePasquale, scientific graphics developer at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI):

Of course there are things that we expect and hope to see, but with a new telescope and these new high-resolution infrared data, we won’t know until we see them. What is certain is that they will be just the beginning of Webb’s true scientific mission.

Source: Lega Nerd

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