BREAKING NEWS: ESA has stated what will be seen in the first images from Webb. Read here
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 06 July 2022, at 03:34 am Los Angeles time
The European space agency has made a post on its Facebook account saying what will include the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope.
ESA has listed 4 things that will be seen in the first images of the most powerful space telescope ever launched by civilization on planet Earth: humanity.
Most likely the 4 things will be in 4 different images, but it is not known exactly if NASA, ESA, and CSA will present only 4 images made by Webb or if there will be more.
In any case, as the European space agency said, in the full-color and clear images from Webb we will see:
1. The farthest part of the Universe
One of Webb's images will show the farthest part of the universe, unseen by mankind until July 12, 2022.
It's something no one has seen before, so hopefully, it's full of surprises.
Our eyes will see as far as possible, billions of light-years away.
2. Webb's first spectrum of exoplanets
As we wrote in the other articles, we do not expect Webb to start observing the exoplanets so quickly, even from the first images, but this news is welcome and we are probably all happy that our expectations will be exceeded.
So be ready to see Webb's first spectrum of exoplanets on July 12, 2022!
Note: July 12, 2022, is so long-awaited that it could become an international holiday. That would be nice, wouldn't it? Write to us about your opinion at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Interacting galaxies
We expect galaxies first because most images in space are related to galaxies.
Even so, galaxies are the best things (in some cases) to see the power of a telescope.
But anyway, surely no one expected to see even some interacting galaxies, that will be really cool.
4. Stellar life cycle snapshots
We may be the most amazed at this image because it will present even the smallest details of this cycle.
Especially since we are in 2022, in the era of a super-powerful telescope.
Below you can see what surprised Hubble 23 years ago, also related to the same subject.
If then it could be done, then now it will be a show!
Bailey Universe will try to transmit on its website the first images from James Webb, in the same minute they are published by ESA, NASA, and CSA.
In addition, we also offer explanations for images a few minutes after we published them, so on July 12, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. EDT (check online what time it is in your country) be on the main page of our website at <home> or in the <space news> section.