Urania displays first images from the James Webb Space Telescope (HOF)

Urania has a model of the James Webb Space Telescope. © RR

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Nearly six months after launch, the James Webb Space Telescope is sending the first images from space toward Earth. At the Urania Public Observatory in Hove, visitors can be the first to see this Tuesday.

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The space telescope was launched on December 25, 2021. Thirty years of design preceded this launch. But all that wait has paid off, because the first scientific recordings will be shown on Tuesday.

The first photo may be released by American Joe Biden on Monday night, but for the other photos, everyone is welcome to Urania in Hove on Tuesday from 3.30pm. Local staff will provide more information about the telescope and there will be a presentation of models for the James Webb Space Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope. There will also be a file Live broadcast From ESA and NASA to display images from the telescope.

The telescope must, among other things, collect light from stars that formed shortly after the Big Bang, and observe how new galaxies formed and how old galaxies evolved.

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