James Webb Space Telescope It is still in the testing phase before work finally begins. This is due to take place in mid-June. Then NASA will publish the first images of the most powerful space instrument in history to monitor the most distant objects.
However, astronomers expect more when its massive mirror turns toward the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter has fascinated mankind since the dawn of time. Although this planet does not have a rocky surface like Earth, and biological life does not live there, it does exist The atmosphere hides many secretsIt can help us solve the mystery of the formation of the Sun and all the planets.
The James Webb Space Telescope takes a closer look big red spot Moons, moons, and rings. Astronomers want to understand how heat transfers between the layers of the atmosphere and how the atmosphere interacts with the magnetosphere. We still don’t know why Jupiter has such a large impact on its moons, especially in Ganymede and IU. It is worth emphasizing here that Ganymede is the only moon known to us that has its own magnetosphere.
Based on observations and studies of the largest planet in the solar system, NASA scientists want to test the limits of Webb’s capabilities before proceeding to Studies of planets outside the solar system. They also do not exclude that Jupiter, due to its complex structure, will greatly help in the calibration of measuring instruments.
– In the first year of scientific activity, we expect Webb to write in full New chapters in the history of our origins“That is, the formation of stars and planets,” said Klaus Pontopedan, a project scientist on the Space Telescope Science Institute project.
Astronomers have made it clear that we are not even able to imagine how this year humanity will receive an amazing amount of very valuable data about the most distant objects in the universe. The James Webb Space Telescope will help us solve a lot Mysteries of the expansion of the universea, The composition of galaxies, stars and planets. More importantly, he will search for us other lands, where life may exist or where we will one day be inhabited.
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