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See the deepest picture ever taken of our universe, captured by James Webb Telescope


The primary full-color picture from the James Webb House Telescope has been unveiled by NASA and President Joe Biden, and it is the deepest and and most detailed picture of the universe to ever be captured.

Named “Webb’s First Deep Area,” the spectacular and mind-bending picture exhibits our universe just a few hundred million years after the Huge Bang, simply as galaxies started to type and gentle began flickering from the very first stars. This starlight took roughly 13.5 billion years — or a lot of the age of the universe — to journey to us, arriving on the James Webb House Telescope (JWST) after the space-time warping gravitational pull of the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 steered the distant gentle into focus.

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