What is the James Webb Space Telescope - 80184

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The telescope can be capable of see pretty much whatever within the sky. However, it has one overriding goal-to peer the mild coming from the first actual stars to shine within the universe.

These pioneer stars are thought to have switched on about a hundred-200 million years after the huge bang, or a bit over 13.five billion years ago.

Webb may be choosing out groupings of those stars. they're to date away, their light - even though it movements at 300,000km (186,000 miles) according to 2nd-will have taken billions of years to tour the cosmos.

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