On July 12, we'll see the universe like never before

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A collection of photos from the James Webb telescope, including the most in-depth picture of our cosmos ever recorded, will shortly be made public by NASA and its collaborators.

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When the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) project releases its first set of full-color photos as well as spectroscopic data on July 12

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 the entire globe will gain a new viewpoint on the cosmos. According to NASA Administrator Bill Nelson

one of the images being revealed is the deepest view of our cosmos ever taken.

Nelson remarked that the telescope was "nothing short of a true scientific marvel," adding that "this is farther than humanity has ever gazed before."

A joint project between NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency saw the launch of the JWST in December from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana

 The telescope, which is a million miles from Earth, was built to research the development of our solar system.

According to NASA, the images that will be made public were chosen to showcase the JWST's assistance for a wide range of scientific fields as well as their stunning colour imaging.

Nelson stated, "We're only starting to appreciate what Webb can and will do.

"It will investigate solar system objects and the atmospheres of exoplanets orbiting other stars to see whether their atmospheres are comparable to our own.

Some of our questions might be resolved by it. What is our origin? What else is there to say? We who we are?"

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