Space & Astronomy
More spectacular James Webb images revealed
By T.K. Randall
July 12, 2022 · 30 comments
Several more stunning images from the James Webb Space Telescope have now been published by NASA.
Earlier today the space agency released a number of additional images and we've picked out a few of the most spectacular - suffice to say, there will be a lot more of these to look forward to over the coming years.The Carina Nebula
This spectacular image shows the edge of a star-forming region of space in the Carina Nebula.
Situated 7,600 light years away, it shows - for the first time - previously invisible stars thanks to the telescope's infrared capabilities.Stephan's Quintet
This image shows a group of five galaxies - all of which being tightly bound - situated in the Pegasus constellation some 290 million light years away.Southern Ring Nebula
These two images taken with different cameras show the expanding cloud of dust and gas around a dying star situated 2,500 light years from Earth.
Source: Live Science
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