NASA's James Webb Telescope Detects Water On Distant Planet. Details Here
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has detected signs of water, along with evidence for clouds and haze, in the atmosphere of a hot, puffy gas giant planet orbiting a Sun-like star over a thousand light years away, the US space agency said today.
James Webb Space Telescope Captures Details of Distant Galaxies
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope were unveiled Tuesday.A spectrum of starlight passing through the atmosphere of an exoplanet 1,150 light-years from earth showed the chemical fingerprint of the planet’s atmosphere. NEW IMAGE: This star-forming region is called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula. The “Cosmic Cliffs” showcase shed new light on how stars form. pic.twitter.com/yhNoYDT3tV— Paul Gessler (@PaulGessler) …
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope captured a side view of a galaxy that 'photobombed' a planetary nebula
The telescope, which is 100 times more powerful than Hubble, caught a side view of a far-flung galaxy behind a cloud of gas fed by a dying star.
NASA's James Webb telescope detects water on distant planet
The observation is the most detailed of its kind to date, demonstrating Webb's unprecedented ability to analyse distant atmospheres, according to NASA. WASP-96 b is one of more than 5,000 confirmed exoplanets in the Milky Way