Joe Biden during a briefing by NASA officials on the first images of the Webb Space Telescope. AP photo
United States President Joe Biden, along with Vice President Kamala Harris and the NASA team unveiled the image on Monday. “the deepest in the universe”. This is the highest resolution photo ever captured outside the planet.
It was made by the space telescope James Webb, the most powerful in orbit and revealed mislands of galaxies in a small strip of the cosmos which are seen with great clarity.
The Webb telescope reached its final orbit around the sun, approximately 930,000 miles from Earth’s orbit, in January 2022.
The image revealed Monday by the White House together with NASA.
The image plagued by light points of various sizes shows the first galaxies formed shortly after the Big Bang and features poorly lit objects that have never been observed before. It is a “historic” day.President Joe Biden celebrated during his presentation at the White House.
The photograph shows “a grain of sand on the tip of a finger with the arm raised,” according to the analogy made by NASA director Bill Nelson, who called the photographed space “a small part of the universe.
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