Breaking news: Here’s an unseen image from the James Webb Telescope
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 23 June 2022, at 06:13 am Los Angeles time
NASA "accidentally" shows us an unseen image made by the James Webb Telescope.
However, the image probably accidentally shown in the story on the telescope's Instagram account shows us more about the ability of the James Webb Telescope's instruments than to amaze us with a fascinating discovery.
The image you see below shows us all of Webb's views of a part of the Universe when it made its first engineering images, almost 2 months ago. Read more here.
A comparison between the images that NASA has made public and the entire view of the telescope can be seen here:
Comparison between the images that NASA has made public and the entire view of the telescope:
The telescope's view of this part of the Universe is most likely a general or normal view of how these things are actually seen.
This while the images presented by NASA show us how the instruments transformed this normal view into an infrared view.
In any case, the images presented by NASA in infrared are only a small part of the entire view of the telescope at that moment.
As you can see in the image on the telescope's Instagram account, there are some dials that match the same number and order as the dials presented by NASA.
The only difference is that somewhere they are seen in a normal view, and elsewhere they are seen in infrared.
We can easily understand the capacity of the instruments attached to the telescope and the work done by the people who worked on them.
These tools show us in-depth any detail that we do not see in these spectacular images.