Preliminary images of the James Webb space telescope will be released on July 12

Preliminary images of the James Webb space telescope will be released on July 12
WASHINGTON: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will soon release images of the universe’s deepest depths ever.

Built at a cost of ارب 10 billion, the telescope is in orbit 1.2 million kilometers from Earth to observe the early times of the universe.

According to NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, humanity has never looked beyond it before, and experts are only beginning to understand what this telescope can and will do.
This telescope, built over a period of 20 years, will look into the past to find out what happened after the Big Bang and try to solve the mystery of how we got here.

Nelson said experts are in the middle of acquiring historic data. Preliminary images are based on 120 hours of observations.

It’s a little weird to think of a telescope as a time machine, but that’s how it works. Distance in space is measured by how long it takes light to travel.

According to NASA, the nearest star to us is four light-years away, so when we look at this star, it is not the star of today, but the star of four years ago.

Preliminary images of the James Webb Telescope from NASA will be released on July 12 at 7:30 pm Pakistan time.

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