The James Webb Space Telescope has looked back at some of its most iconic images through 2023, and has started a tournament on its official X page, formerly known as Twitter.
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The space observatory highlighted eight images that attracted the most attention in 2023, which is an image of… Uranus, Saturnthe Galaxy M51also known as “vortex”. Galaxy NGC 1433The star Wolf Wright 124Supernova remnants Cassiopeia AThe open nebula cluster, which belongs to the Small Magellanic Cloud, NGC 346And the star Ru Oviuchiwhich shows a close-up of the birth of stars similar to our sun.
Hey James Webb It is one of the largest and most ambitious projects in NASA and its international partners. Designed as a successor to HubbleThis telescope aims to greatly advance understanding of the universe, especially in the areas of star and planet formation, exoplanetary atmospheres, and galaxy evolution.
We've taken some of our most iconic Webb photos of the year and turned them into heroics.
Vote over the next few days to help us decide the best Webb photo of 2023! pic.twitter.com/3b7t6SD7Fj
– NASA Webb Telescope (@NASAWebb) December 28, 2023
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