Google has released a new Doodle by celebrating NASA’s latest universe image!!!

The doodle shows the gold-coated, flower-shaped mirror of the telescope perched atop a spacecraft. The doodle then shows the images captured by the JWST including that of the Deep Field which illuminated thousands of galaxies and the faintest objects.
Google Doodle celebrated the first images released by the James Webb Space Telescope by displaying a whimsical illustration of the telescope on its logo, to spread awareness and celebrate the deep look we got into outer space.

JWST also captured breath-taking images of the Carina Nebula, one of the largest and brightest nebulae in the sky, the Southern Ring Nebula, a cloud of gas surrounding a dying star, and Stephen’s Quintet, a group of five galaxies where four of them are locked in a “cosmic dance” of repeated close encounters. The American space agency on Tuesday released the first full-color, high-resolution pictures from the largest, most powerful observatory ever launched to space, designed to peer farther than before with greater clarity to the dawn of the universe

Webb telescope is the largest, most powerful, and most complex infrared telescope to ever be put into space—and the largest international space endeavor in history. The $9 billion infrared telescopes, built for NASA by aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp, is expected to revolutionize astronomy by allowing scientists to peer farther than before and with greater clarity into the cosmos, to the dawn of the known universe.

The JWST is named after NASA’s second administrator, James E. Webb, who led the Apollo missions that landed the first humans on the moon. The telescope was launched from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana on December 25, 2021, and took a month to reach its orbit at 1.5 million kilometers (940,000 miles) from Earth.
While unveiling the first image at the White House, US President Joe Biden said: “This is the oldest documented light in the history of the universe from 13 billion let me say that again, 13 billion years ago can see possibilities no one has ever seen before. We can go places no one has ever gone before.”


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