1. Webb Is Giving Us a Stunning New Look Into This Lonely Dwarf Galaxy  ScienceAlert
  2. Never-Before-Seen Details of Early Universe from Webb Space Telescope  SciTechDaily
  3. James Webb Space Telescope peers into lonely dwarf galaxy with sparkling results  Space.com
  4. James Webb Space Telescope captures a sparkling dwarf galaxy  Digital Camera World
  5. NASA's James Webb Telescope Captures Striking Image Of Dwarf Galaxy  NDTV
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The James Webb Space Telescope Early Release Science (ERS) program – first released on 12 July 2022 – has proven to be a treasure trove of scientific finds and breakthroughs.New secrets to learn.

Webb Is Giving Us a Stunning New Look Into This Lonely Dwarf Galaxy : ScienceAlert

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has used its powerful instruments to look back billions of years and captured the most detailed image of a galaxy that sits three million light-years from Earth.NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has used its powerful instruments to look back billions of years and captured the most detailed image of a galaxy that sits three million light-years from Earth.

NASA's James Webb telescope captures stunning image of an 'lonely' galaxy | Daily Mail Online

Astronomers have released some exciting comparative observations of a nearby galaxy.Astronomers have released some exciting comparative observations of a nearby galaxy.

JWST Reveals Nearby Dwarf Galaxy In Exquisite Detail | IFLScience

Taken by JWST’s MIRI instrument, the haunting shot highlights the copious dust visible in the Pillars when viewed in mid-infrared light.Taken by JWST’s MIRI instrument, the haunting shot highlights the copious dust visible in the Pillars when viewed in mid-infrared light.

James Webb telescope captures eerie image of Pillars of Creation | Astronomy.com

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Beneath the Night Sky in a Galaxy (Not Too) Far Away – James Webb Space Telescope

We have a much more interesting view of dwarf galaxy Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte, thanks to Webb’s imaging powers.We have a much more interesting view of dwarf galaxy Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte, thanks to Webb’s imaging powers.

Webb Telescope Brings a Once-Fuzzy Galaxy Into Focus

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope was specially designed to detect the faint infrared light from very distant galaxies and give astronomers a glimpse at the early universe. The nature of galaxies during this early period of our universe is not well known nor understood. However, with the help of gra

Never-Before-Seen Details of Early Universe from Webb Space Telescope

Never-Before-Seen Details of Early Universe from Webb Space Telescope

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The near-infrared view by the James Webb Telescope reveals the deepest glimpse yet into a stellar panorama that could offer astronomers an ideal means of studying aspects of the early universe.The near-infrared view by the James Webb Telescope reveals the deepest glimpse yet into a stellar panorama that could offer astronomers an ideal means of studying aspects of the early universe.

New Webb telescope image shows 'lonely' dwarf galaxy in striking detail | KSL.com

The Webb telescope used its near-infrared camera to capture stunning details.The Webb telescope used its near-infrared camera to capture stunning details.

NASA's James Webb Telescope Captures Striking Image Of Dwarf Galaxy

James Webb Space Telescope imaging of the isolated dwarf galaxy Wolf–Lundmark–Melotte could help scientists understand how stars evolve in dwarf galaxies.At 3 million light-years from Earth, the isolated dwarf galaxy Wolf–Lundmark–Melotte has remained unchanged by interactions with other galaxies.

James Webb Space Telescope peers into lonely dwarf galaxy | Space