The POT is constantly developing technologies to be able to explore outer space in a better way, and this is reflected with the new james webb space telescopewhich revealed the first images that is sending from outside the Earth.
The spectacular first photos that the James Webb Space Telescope took of the Large Magellanic Cloud
On our planet we are ecstatic thanks to the preliminary images sent back by the James Webb Space Telescope. which is in the final phase of its full activation, but has already captured some amazing photos of our universe.
This is demonstrated with a capture of the Large Magellanic Cloud, which stands out for its great definition. This was taken with both the instrument Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) and its predecessor, the Spitzer satellite.
It should be noted that MIRI has a 10 to 100 times greater sensitivity and 6 to 8 times greater angular resolution compared to Spitzer. The instrument works in infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum and brings together the features of an integral field, an imaging camera and a coronagraph.
The James Webb Space Telescope It was released in December and had a cost of 10 billion dollars. Being the largest and most powerful astronomical observatory ever sent into space.
It will look for the light that was emitted by the first stars and galaxies about 14 billion years ago. And it will keep an eye out for possible signs of life.
However, scientists are keeping the identity of the telescope’s first official target a secret. Meanwhile, the team is expected to reveal the first scientific color images from the observatory to mid July.
It should be added that the NASA and its partners, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), they formed a team to create a classified list of objects.