James Webb Telescope viewed the birth of 50 stars

James Webb Telescope viewed the birth of 50 stars

James Webb telescope of Nasa, published the strange moment. Telescope, viewed the birth of 50 stars like Sun this time.

Launched in December 2021 and exactly one year after the first images it took, the James Webb Space Telescope fascinated with new images it captured in space. James Webb recently photographed the birth of 50 Sun-like stars.

Webb discovered the oldest galaxies and supermassive black holes, saw sandstorms on a distant planet, and identified a molecular building block. However, exactly one year after the first image shared by the telescope, a much more fascinating photo came.

NASA released a stunning new photo on Wednesday, marking the first year of Webb’s first release of images.

NASA administrator Bill Nelson described the image as a “masterpiece”. Vice President Kamala Harris called the image “amazing”.

Image captured by Webb shows how stars emerge from a dusty cocoon.

According to NASA, the high-resolution image shows about 50 stars in various stages of formation in the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex, the closest star forming region to Earth, about 390 light-years away.

Klaus Pontoppidan, who is involved in the James Webb project, said: “Webb’s Rho Ophiuchi image allows us to witness with new clarity a very short period in the stellar life cycle. Our own Sun went through a similar phase a long time ago, and now we have the technology to see the beginning of another star’s story.”

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