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James Webb Telescope Just Detected Something Weird At The Edge Of The Universe! webfi network

What do you do when you want to see something so far into space that you’ll never be able to reach it? You send a space telescope into orbit. NASA has done just that by deploying the James Webb space telescope into outer space to enable us to see more of our cosmos.
The very edge of the universe will be one of the targets of the space telescope. The discoveries at the universe’s edge promise to be terrifying. What will the first telescope observe at the universe’s edge? How does it affect you? Join us as we investigate the startling discovery made by the James Web space telescope at the universe’s edge that shakes everything.
Humans have long been intrigued by what lies underneath our feet, but as our research equipment becomes more advanced, our fascination has grown to include deep space. The invention of the telescope was critical in furthering our understanding of the cosmos; while the concepts of telescopes were known in the late 16th century, the first telescopes were not made until 1608 in the Netherlands.
The story of Galileo and his telescopic views demonstrates how powerful a tool for seeing and collecting information can be in changing our understanding of the universe. Early telescopes were largely used for making observations on Earth and assisting with activities such as surveying and military tactics, but Galileo Galilei became one of a small bunch of astronomers who aimed telescopes towards the heavens.
Galileo created his own telescope after learning about the Danish perspective glass in 1609, and the exhibition of the telescope secured him a lifetime lectureship at the university following his initial success. Galileo spent his time improving the instrument; his initial telescope could magnify objects three diameters, making them appear three times larger than they were; but, with further refinement of the design, Galileo built an instrument that could magnify eight times, and eventually 30 times.
Space and telescopes go hand in hand. This is due to the vastness of space; for example, the nearest star to us is Proxima Centauri, which is around 4.2 light years away; one light year is approximately 5.88 trillion miles or 9.6 trillion kilometers. This means that the distance between Proxima Centauri and us is 25 trillion miles. Even though the Mars planet that Elon Musk is attempting to colonize is close by, volunteers will have to undertake months and months of journey across space before touching down on Mars to start living their lives.

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  • daniel dixon on September 18, 2022

    You do know that it is possible that there was never any big bang. Its a reason why its only a theory. Also possible that the Universe is not expanding at all but just an optical illusion as the information coming in is suggesting

  • Charles Mayeux on September 18, 2022

    Here is the big news. The universe has no edge. The basic question is~Does it really matter?

  • LocutusOfSunnydale on September 18, 2022

    The comments on physics videos are so depressing. People are so arrogant about their lack of knowledge.

  • K G on September 18, 2022

    Where is my de fraction points?

  • ramu don on September 18, 2022

    I believe everything is repetitive…like bacteria is too small for the naked eye to observe imagine a being so large and us living in one of their cells trying to figure out the entire body structure

  • JKD MERIT MASTER GROUP on September 19, 2022

    11:51 I’m calling BULL💥. If the BIG BANG created all mass and energy and the like. It was space itself expanding to size and keeps going. Then there can only be so much mass. At a point. We’d reach nothingness.

  • JKD MERIT MASTER GROUP on September 19, 2022

    The edge of the universe would give us a view of a giant galaxy looking sphere, that resembles a smoke ring. We live in the ring. Like a black tire on a vehicle. No middle? Ya?? That’s our universe. A spiraling hulk of clusters.

  • Philip Stringer on September 19, 2022

    Is there a place where I can view the pictures?

  • Mr Boyle on September 19, 2022

    Have they found the door yet ?

  • Brian Burwell on September 19, 2022

    I think as you get to the edge of the universe there would be less and less galaxies until nothing but pure darkness, and then after a while you would start to see sporadic new somethings whether they’re galaxies or not and you’d be in the new universe,

    I also have a question and maybe it’s a stupid one, is there a difference between the speed of light and the speed of sight? I mean if we’re seeing galaxies that are hundreds of light years away how are we seeing them so quickly? How do they look back to right before the Big Bang?

  • Gustavo Hernandez on September 19, 2022

    I believe there is no edge but they said the universe is expanding so what is the universe is expanding into

  • Indrajeet Singh on September 19, 2022

    Galileo wasn't the first. He was first in Europe. Exact position of planets, stars and cosmos is known to India since 75000 years as per cosmologists.

  • Keith Douglass on September 19, 2022

    🐉🐛👾👽🐨🌏 it's a space worm. seen on Mars .moon earth . Keith Australia

  • Shreetam Mohanty on September 19, 2022

    If universe is expanding then where it is getting expanded?where the space is coming ? Human beings please stop taking pictures and spend time how we can save the world zz

  • Kaleb Cervantes on September 19, 2022

    Whole bunch of filler

  • Lam on September 19, 2022

    Videos are amazing, keep it up

  • jsprite123 on September 19, 2022

    So, what is that "something weird" anyway?

  • Kerry Bindon on September 19, 2022

    I don't and haven't ever believed in a big bang as its not just a scientific atheistic materialistic out of date ism but influences all thought or contaminates it with a very leaden view of life

  • stuart siglain on September 19, 2022

    Why oh why does Copernicus not get any respect for being the first to realize that the sun was the center of our solar system.

  • grande on September 19, 2022

    If there is no other universe then it is more likely that we have an infinite universe otherwise if there are other universes then we have a finite universe it is as simply as that.

  • John Wilkes Booth on September 19, 2022

    Thumbnail makes me wanna risk it all.

  • grande on September 19, 2022

    I wonder how they were able to determine the distance of those faraway galaxies, does the tellescope has a sort of distance measuring mechanisn that gave them the distance of such object.

  • Brian on September 19, 2022

    We do not know what the configuration of the cosmos is. We don't even know if it;s finite or infinite. So our theories are pretty much speculation based on incomplete data.

  • KingOfGamesss on September 19, 2022

    The edge of the Universe is a giant brick wall…obviously…duh…

  • s l on September 19, 2022

    The edge of the universe, would sound like a flatearther would think there are ice wall around the edge 🤣

  • The wolf king 2.0 on September 19, 2022

    This is how you catch alien life it's like fishing you set the bait and see if it bites. You create a device that's broadcasting in all frequencies and you Launch into space If anything goes near IT IT has on board Cameras. All you have to do is wait and see if something bites. It's quite simple when you think about it. What better way to find alien life is broadcaster distress signal all frequencies. And different languages if it responds to one Of Those language you got yourself an alien species

  • The wolf king 2.0 on September 19, 2022

    It's always healthy to think out of the box

  • Steve Robbins on September 19, 2022

    At 4:30 through the video, the channel (narrator) asks a good question “How do we know what lays beyond the edge of the observable universe?” but, he answers it with “We can draw the conclusion……” That’s an absurd answer, and an incorrect one. First, drawing conclusions is NOT knowing! Secondly, we shouldn’t be making conclusions about things we know VERY little about, like… almost nothing. And at about 5:305:45 he asks “What is the most distant object in the observable universe that we can see? Then he goes on to say we can’t see beyond the observable edge of the universe. WTF?!? What kind of non-answer is that?!?! smfh

  • Player x on September 19, 2022

    I sometime feel like Sun is a nucleus and planets are like electrons which are like revolving around it and we are living on electrons

  • JarppaGuru on September 19, 2022

    too much CGI.. skipping

  • grande on September 19, 2022

    If we look on something we can saw it right away because light travelled on the speed of light but if we are looking at a very distant object such as andromeda galaxy how come we saw it at once considering it is 25 million light years.away from us.

  • arnoldskit on September 19, 2022

    I was waiting for "the JWST just detected something weird at the edge of the universe" but instead got a class on telescopes.

  • Vagn Illio on September 19, 2022

    this telescope is expansive? how much military spend on wars and shit like that?

  • Jesse Norgrove on September 19, 2022

    You talk to much.

  • Rebel Alliance on September 19, 2022

    The edge of the universe is not something we can perceive with our limited senses

  • Sean Kinnane on September 19, 2022

    how come you can do this..but my internet still has the circle going round and round, get your priorities right

  • Thomas Baker on September 19, 2022

    Bait and switch videos like this are frustrating. I'm done with this channel

  • NH54 Guest House on September 19, 2022

    Religions tell us that the "One God Creator" is Limitless. Yet scientists astronomers & others desire a "limit" to that statement..!

    The limited with limited minds seek limits to the Unlimited and one by one die in their limits unlimitedly in Time..!!!

  • Phaneyu on September 19, 2022

    32 billion light years away? Are you sure about that?

  • Chris Pyves on September 19, 2022

    The evidence just keeps on piling up that the universe is based on electromagnetism. Sooner or later astronomers will have to accept that the existing theories are unravelling in the face of all the contrary evidence coming in.

  • the new fast on September 19, 2022

    Were inside a water droplet on a lily pad.