James Webb space telescope: thousands of galaxies in a grain of sand

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The Guardian

This week, Nasa unveiled the first images from the James Webb space telescope – much awaited pictures that show our universe in glorious technicolour. The $10bn telescope, now 1 million miles from Earth, will allow scientists to look back to the dawn of time. Prof Ray Jayawardhana, who is working with one of the instruments onboard the JWST, speaks to Ian Sample about what these images show us, and what they mean for the very human quest of discovering our place in the cosmos.

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Continue reading… July 14, 2022 at 10:21AM Presented by Ian Sample, produced by Madeleine Finlay, sound design by Tony Onuchukwu, and the executive producer was Lorna Stewart

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