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The James Webb Telescope took a historic photo.  Biden: Oldest documented X-ray

The James Webb Telescope took a historic photo. Biden: Oldest documented X-ray

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US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) The first image taken by the James Webb Telescope. The presentation was held at the White House with the participation of President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and NASA CEO Bill Nelson.

The image provided by NASA shows stars and galaxies far away in time and space. His light is from the period shortly after the Big Bang. “These are the oldest documented light rays in the history of the universe – over 13 billion years ago. It’s hard to imagine” – he commented President of the United States. Joe Biden He added that the images captured by the James Webb Telescope are evidence that America is capable of great things things.

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said the image displayed at the White House is the deepest and most detailed picture of the universe ever taken. We’ll be able to answer questions we haven’t yet been able to formulate. That’s what’s going on,” Bill Nelson said.

The James Webb Telescope was launched into space last December. Expenses The project was 10 billion dollars dollar. Today, at 4:30 PM Polish time, NASA will release more images captured by the space telescope.

The James Webb Space Telescope recorded light for the first time last Wednesday. It was the beginning of three months of work on the most advanced space observatory in human history. The researchers have already chosen the first star. The telescope was launched on December 25, 2021.

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