NASA's James Webb Telescope Captures Groundbreaking Images Of Distant Galaxies: See All The Images

NASA released a new set of images from the James Webb Space Telescope Tuesday that showcases the universe's beauty and breadth like no other.

Jane Rigby from NASA, the operations scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope, said that the images taken by the telescope are "really beautiful."

She added, "That's something we've seen in every image we've taken with Webb." "We cannot accept images of a blank sky." Galaxies are everywhere, no matter where we look."

These images show five areas that space researchers agreed to target: WASP-96 b, the Southern Ring Nebula, the Carina Nebula, Stephan's Quintet (five galaxy clusters in the constellation Pegasus), and Stephan's Quintet.

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