James Webb Space Telescope to release first full-colour image

NASA’s James Webb telescope reveals deepest infrared image of early universe

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The James Webb Space Telescope will make its first scientific observations of the universe in the coming weeks. 

In 5 Ways James Webb Space Telescope could change science forever

If unexpected signs of life exist in the atmospheres of super-Earth worlds, JWST could reveal them.

By understanding and measuring second-generation stars, JWST could find additional, first-generation starlight alongside them.

Mark your calendars -- on July 12, NASA will be releasing the first full-fledged images taken by the gold-plated, exoplanet-hunting, stardust-piercing, black hole-seeking James Webb Space Telescope. 

By exquisitely measuring the energy re-radiated by dust, JWST could reveal shrouded supermassive black hole activity.

By investigating the earliest galaxies, JWST will reveal their formation history.

If black holes preceded the first stars, JWST could discover the critical evidence.

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The James Webb Space Telescope was built and deployed in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)

NASA announced that it will release the first full-colour images and spectroscopic data from the James Webb space telescope on July 12, 2022