The spectacular images of the James Webb telescope, which have gone around the world

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On June 11, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, released the first color images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescopeat an event held at the White House.

These photos have gone around the world, since space is shown in a way never seen before.

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The James Webb telescope gives a unique view of the universe

NASA, together with the European (ESA) and Canadian (CSA) space agencies, revealed a total of five images, in which the universe can be observed in detail.

The publication of these photos represents little more than 20 years of workin which thousands of scientists have worked together to design, build, launch, put into orbit and start the operation of the telescope.

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Social networks were flooded with comments, since the images show in full color the thousands of galaxies that exist.

The beauty of each of the graphs has surprised citizens from all over the world, who thanked NASA for this type of experience.

“These images will remind the world that America can do great things, and remind the American people, especially our children, that nothing is beyond our ability. We can see possibilities that no one has seen before. We can go places no one has gone before,” Joe Biden said.

NASA is pleased with the result

The James Webb Telescope has been described by various experts as a time machine.since the infrared spectrum vision and its primary mirror will offer a vision of the universe never seen before.

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Also, It will allow us to look back a little more than 13 thousand 500 million yearswhere the Big Bang explosion gave rise to everything.

“Scientists are thrilled that Webb is up and running and as powerful as we hoped, far more powerful than the Hubble telescope, and that it has survived all the dangers to be our golden eye in the sky,” said John Mather, chief scientist. of the Webb project.

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