Scientists who have already been able to see the images obtained by the telescope James Webb It has been indicated that the quality of them is affected.
The Container It’s gearing up for a major photo launch event on July 12, in what appears to be an entirely innovative time for astronomy.
Great feelings for space
Leader of scientific expeditions d ContainerThomas Zurbuchen, noted that these images would provide “historical data” for science.
“It’s really hard not to look at the universe from a new perspective and not have a deeply personal moment,” he told a news conference. “It’s an emotional moment when you see nature suddenly reveal some of its secrets. I would like you to imagine it and look forward to it.”
This feeling was shared by the co-responsible of ContainerPam Milroy: “What I saw moved me as a scientist, as an engineer, and as a human being.”
The images are expected to include unprecedented views of the depths of the universe and the atmosphere surrounding a distant exoplanet, potentially giving us glimpses of a potentially habitable world other than our own.
The Container The telescope has shared some images the telescope took during the preparation phase, but it’s unclear exactly what the full-color images will look like. “Of course, there are things we hope to see, but with a new telescope and new high-resolution infrared data, we won’t know until we see them,” said Joseph DePasquale, chief developer of science imaging at STScI.
After the observatory takes its first correct images, it will begin scientific observations. The astronomers will analyze the data captured by the infrared sensors and publish articles about their findings.
James Webb It is the world’s premier space science observatory and, once fully operational, will help solve the mysteries of our solar system, look beyond to distant worlds around other stars, and explore the mysterious structures and origins of our universe and our place in it.
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