James Webb Space Telescope

Carbon Source on Europa: Implications for Life?

Jupiter’s moon Europa is one of a handful of worlds in our Solar System that could potentially harbour conditions suitable for life. Previous research...

NASA’s Webb snaps a bipolar jet from a young star

Infrared capabilities map out molecular structure of outflow.

Webb verifies Hubble’s measurement of the universe’s expansion rate as accurate

The role of JWST in uncovering the Hubble Tension.

Methane, Carbon Dioxide in K2-18 b’s Atmosphere: A Discovery by JWST

A new investigation by an international team of astronomers using data from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope into K2-18 b, an exoplanet 8.6...

Webb sees stunning vortex in space

A FEAST for the eyes.

Our universe may be a bit more stable than was supposed

JWST survey reveals fewer supermassive black holes than presumed.

Webb reveals intricate structures of the final stages of a dying star

Webb observations offers valuable insights into the formation and evolution of these objects.

Maisie’s galaxy is, in fact, among the earliest ever observed

It is one of the first distant galaxies identified by JWST.

A new image of a galaxy cluster revealing distant and dusty objects never seen before

Webb spotlights gravitational arcs in ‘El Gordo’ galaxy cluster.

JWST reveals new secrets of Jupiter’s moons in a new light

James Webb Space Telescope sees Jupiter moons in a new light.

Webb observed the chemical signature of carbon-rich dust grains in the early Universe

Webb sees carbon-rich dust grains in the first billion years of cosmic time.

The most distant active supermassive black hole to date discovered

It is less massive than any other yet identified in the early universe.

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