NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Captures Its First Image Of An Exoplanet

For the first time, astronomers used NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to capture an image of a gas giant outside our galaxy
Astronomers applaud the James Webb satellite telescope’s performance since its launch last year as it has captured its first image of an exoplanet, a planet outside of our solar system.
Observers have recently been astonished by images from the most powerful space telescope ever constructed, which is currently orbiting the Sun 1.6 million kilometers (million miles) from Earth.
The exoplanet, known as HIP 65426 b, is a gas giant without a rocky surface and is not likely to be inhabited, according to its most recent ground-breaking images.
Sasha Hinkley, an astronomy professor at the University of Exeter who oversaw the observation team, said, “This is a watershed moment, not only for Webb but for astronomy generally.”
Direct photographs of exoplanets can be captured using Webb’s infrared stare and coronagraphs, telescopic devices that block out starlight.
In a statement released by NASA on Thursday, Hinkley stated, “It was really impressive how well the Webb coronagraphs performed to reduce the light of the host star.”


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100% Data Tampering

What kind of a problem would need FAKE and manipulated documentation?

Look at all these “Climate Agreements.” We continue to lose money, prosperity and freedom while the CO2 level continue to increase, when do we say enough??