NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, was launched on December 25, 2021, in a campaign to study astronomy and look back at the cosmic universe rather than before.
Webb is currently in its viewing area, Lagrange point 2 (L2), approximately 1 million km (1.6 million km). It is the largest and most powerful telescope ever invented.
Space.com shares live updates about the new observatory space function here.
THE FIRST WEBB WAY IS GOOD FOR SCIENCE!
The first of four James Webb Space Telescopes has been announced as ready for science. The Near-Infrared Imager and the Slitless Spectrograph tool, or NIRISS, are designed to help scientists study the atmosphere of exoplanets, among other scientific activities.
At the time, space observers worldwide were counting down until July 12, when NASA said it would unveil the first scientific images from the observatory. You’ll be able to watch the announcement live on Space.com, of course, and stay tuned for more installation.
13:22:18 – June 08, 2022
According to a NASA statement, the James Webb Space Telescope had its first micrometeoroid impact. The observatory had four minor consequences and one major strike that struck one-18th of the primary mirrors. However, the agency said it did not expect significant changes in the timeline for the first scientific quality images from the machines or observatory science history.