NASA released a series of images on Tuesday morning that explain the abilities of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

James Webb Space Telescope

NASA released the 1st scientific-quality images from the next-generation JWST at a live session on Tuesday morning, culminating in this new image of the Carina Nebula.

James Webb Space Telescope- NASA

The NASA released image explains that Carina Nebula is a huge mist of gas and dust. It is approximately 7.5k light-years away from Earth, where stars form and die.

Observed by the James Webb Space Telescope, the nebula combines near- and mid-infrared to offer a new perspective on its activity.

James Webb Space Telescope- nebula

About James Webb Space Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope is the biggest and most controlling space observatory ever built.

JWST is a powerful telescope ever introduced into space; its vastly enhanced sensitivity allows observation of objects that are too faint, distant, or old for Hubble Space Telescope.

JWST Capability

Webb Space Telescope- Skill

The first revealed images underscored Webb's scientific skills and its capacity to create magnificent images with its giant golden mirror and scientific instruments.

The first photo shows how galaxies interact and grow and how collisions between galaxies fuel star formation.

James Webb Space Telescope- first photo

Webb started taking first image a few weeks ago. The data revealed today is result of 120 hours of reflection, which is about 5 days of data. New space image reveals numerous mysteries of universe.