Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora
U.S – The first deep-field view from the James Webb Space Telescope was shared Monday.. The picture shows SMACS 0723, a cluster of galaxies that acts as a magnifying glass for objects behind them, including distant and faint galaxies.
We already have the first glimpse of how the James Webb Space Telescope will change the way people see the universe. The president of United States, Joe Biden, presented one of the first images of the telescope this Monday at the White House during a preliminary event with the NASA administrator, Bill Nelson.
The picture shows SMACS 0723, a cluster of galaxies that acts as a magnifying glass for objects behind them. called gravitational lensing, this created the telescope's first deep-field view of thousands of galaxies, including the incredibly old and distant faint galaxies.
“This slice of the vast universe covers a patch of sky about the size of a grain of sand held at arm's length by someone on the ground.”, according to a NASA statement.
“It is the deepest image of our universe ever taken”, according to nelson.
The rest of the high-resolution color images will make their debut as scheduled on Tuesday. 12 of July.