The Webb Telescope has sent the first sharp image to Earth — It’s fantastic!

After adjusting the different parts of the main mirror, the Webb Telescope took its first sharp image. It shows a star 2,000 light years away from Earth.

[Photo: NASA, Public domain]

The fact that astronomers need a new telescope to observe the Universe has been talked about since the 1990s. It was decided then that the telescope would have a completely new main…

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