NASA’s James Webb Telescope showed its ability, took a beautiful image of the starry sky

The Infrared Array Camera of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has made major achievements for the US space agency. This retired observatory has captured many spectacular images of deep space. The special thing is that this observatory has also got its worthy successor. NASA launched the James Webb Telescope late last year, which is setting itself up in space. One of the four instruments placed on this telescope has captured the best image of a part of the sky. Spitzer had also taken a similar image earlier. But the latest image has much better detail.

This image, shown at 7.7 µm, shows a portion of the Large Magellanic Cloud. It is a small satellite galaxy of the Milky Way. This part of the sky is a dense area of ​​stars. James Web Telescope has captured this very well.

NASA has done a comparative study of these images taken by two different equipment. blog has been published. It states that the Spitzer telescope took that image at 0.8 microns, while James Webb captured it at 7.7 microns. This was the main reason why there was a difference in the quality of these two pictures.

The James Webb Space Telescope has four science instruments. Its primary mirror is much bigger and the detector is better. It allows scientists to see the sky with clarity. This will help scientists to expand the scope of their discoveries. This image was taken as a test by James Webb’s coolest instrument.

Test images taken with MIRI help scientists discover how much the James Webb Telescope can improve deep space research. Scientists believe that once this telescope is fully functional, then it will make the world look at many of the best pictures. This image is part of a test being done by the team at James Webb. Significantly, the James Webb Telescope is the most expensive telescope ever sent into space.



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