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James Webb Telescope Terrifying Image of The Big Bang Will Rewrite Physics! webfi network

There is no recent event in space and astronomy that comes close in hype to the launch
of the James Webb Space Telescope! After a wait that seemed like an eternity and
tortured people in the scientific community, the new and powerful space telescope has
made its way to its location, where it will use its large lens to capture mind-blowing
images of the universe! Some of the pictures will be the much acclaimed Big Bang,
giving scientists their best chance ever to understand the great event that started it all!
However, why do we need to understand the Big Bang, and how will the James Webb
Space Telescope help us do that? Join us as we dive into the terrifying pictures that the
James Webb Space Telescope will take and how it changes everything!
You have probably gazed up at the sky and wish you could get a closer look at them!
That has been the dream of humanity for a long time, and we have sent lots of space
telescopes up there to give us better looks at the stars and other celestial bodies!
Popular spaces telescopes include the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, SOHO,
which has spent the last 25 years looking at the sun! Another one is the Chandra, the
world’s most powerful X-ray telescope. Chandra, named for Indian-American physicist
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, examines the X-rays emitted by some of the universe’s
strangest objects, including quasars, immense clouds of gas and dust, and particles
sucked into black holes. It was launched in 1999 by NASA.
The granddaddy of space telescopes was the Hubble, which has been observing from
Earth orbit for more than 30 years! Hubble, the first of NASA’s Great Observatories, has
revolutionized astronomy, providing stunning images of countless cosmic objects and
giving astronomers their most distant views of the universe with the Hubble Deep Field
and Ultra Deep Field! Hubble has meant so much during its 30-year run. For one thing,
it’s sent us unforgettable, jaw-droppingly beautiful images like those of the Lagoon
Nebula and the Pillars of Creation!
However, none of these space telescopes are as powerful as the James Webb Space
Telescope, which launched last December! Basically, you can say the JWST represents
the culmination of decades, if not centuries, of astronomy! The JWST project was
originally supposed to launch in 2010 and cost around $1 billion. Its price tag ballooned
to $10 billion, and it was way overdue. But the wait would be more than worth it!
The JWST improves on Hubble in two key ways. The first is the sheer size! While the
Hubble was about the size of a school bus, the JWST is more like the size of a tennis
court! It is so enormous that it is by far the biggest telescope NASA’s ever attempted to
send into space! But the size is not the only improvement here that matters. When you
are building a reflecting telescope, the key component is the size of its curved mirror.
The telescope mirror is like a light bucket. The more light you can collect in your bucket,
the fainter and farther-away things you can see in the universe!
Hubble’s mirror was an impressive 7.8 feet in diameter. JWST, however, surpasses that
with its beautiful, gold-hued mirrors that combined form a diameter of 21.3 feet! Overall,
that gives the JWST more than six times the light-collecting area of the Hubble!
The JWST has other advantages making it more powerful than the Hubble. One of them
is the type of light it collects. You see, light comes in a lot of different varieties. The
human eye can see only a narrow band known as visible light, but the universe contains
lots of light outside this range, including the higher-frequency, higher-energy forms
known as ultraviolet gamma rays. Then there’s the lower-energy light with longer
wavelengths: infrared, microwaves, radio. The Hubble collects visible light, ultraviolet,
and a little bit of infrared, but the JWST is primarily an infrared telescope, so it sees the
light that is in a longer wavelength than what our eyes can see. This is what allows
Webb to look further back in time than the Hubble, and we will get to how this affects
the Big Bang in a moment!
While one reason for all the launch delays had to do with contractor snafus and political
interference, a big source of all of them is the complexity of the telescope itself! Due to
its size, there weren’t any rockets that were big enough to launch it fully deployed. So
the telescope had to be folded up to fit inside a rocket! Upping the stakes is the fact that
while Hubble sits around 340 miles above the Earth, the JSWT will be almost a million
miles away, four times the distance from the Earth to the moon! It means human hands
cannot fix the JWST if it breaks! That’s scary for a 10 billion dollar asset, especially if
you consider the history of the Hubble! Shortly after the Hubble launched in 1990,
engineers realized there was a problem with its mirror; the telescope’s initial images
came back fuzzy, and astronauts had to launch a space shuttle to fix it! However, that



  • Manoj Mouriya on February 10, 2022

    What a year to be alive as JWST aligns it's mirrors to capture the creation of universe while the Starship is set to ready for Mars. Thinking bout 2050 gives me goosebumps… 🤯

  • BeachPlay on February 10, 2022

    In school right now… Why aren't they talking about this XD.

  • truth finder on February 10, 2022

    Every answer is within you, bcz every single cell of yours is connected and linked with the entire Cosmos

  • Art Luna on February 10, 2022

    Wait till they find out that we're inside a blackhole 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😮

  • Gerdy Gerd on February 10, 2022

    What an exciting time to be alive! JWST is going to make some incredible discoveries.

  • 2ToneCapone on February 10, 2022


  • Christian Wright on February 10, 2022

    So.. what do they do with new equipment, technology has jumped quite abit in that 12 year overdue timeframe, do they just add brand new cutting edge equip as they went on?

  • Lxyal on February 10, 2022


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  • Kozmunkas on February 10, 2022

    Yall watching YouTube like Its 2022 lol

    -From 2126

  • Gabriel Eli Longoria on February 10, 2022

    Will we see God?

  • George Rigby on February 10, 2022

    Looks like a solar powered death ray…

  • Lukas Brown on February 10, 2022

    Honestly we’re probably like simultaneously inside and outside of a black hole or something equally as trippy

  • Nbou Bnei on February 10, 2022

    Has it found aliens yet? Then im not impressed.

  • Savanna Mccafferty on February 10, 2022

    I'm losing my shit over this telescope

  • R Ck on February 10, 2022

    What the arth? 300 miles above the arth.

  • Notyet Skeletal on February 10, 2022

    Would be happy to call it 'The Telescope'

  • John-The-Cook Ck on February 10, 2022

    I've said this b4. In college (circa 1996) I did a public speaking report on 3 next gen telescopes. It was Chandra, Spitzer & JAMES WEB… I've literally been waiting & watching for almost 30 years….. Human ingenuity is on full display & now I pray that the Human Race will take a leap forward in our knowledge of the Universe & hopefully we might discover the origin of Everything, including Us….,…

  • Lee Wonnell on February 10, 2022

    Forget about looking for the Big bang I start building a spaceport to float around Earth still handle a million people have a guard hospital factories to build spaceships off of the Astro belt

  • Dennis Engelen on February 10, 2022

    The future is both terrifying in these turbulent times (global warming, inflation, peace that has been going on so long that it seems to become more fragile with Russia and China getting power, overpopulation,..) and fascinating with how far we are developing.

    I feel like we're at a crossroad where we a) Enter a time of war and poverty in a nationalist world where progression stops. B) We'll need a big war in order to develop the tech we need to advance even further or C) We all unite and progress as a single species

  • Michael Bochenski on February 10, 2022

    Are you saying a terrifying image like naked Hillary Clinton?

  • John Foyer on February 10, 2022

    Or the most important question to the Morningstar, how to continue that process of life beyond the eventual destruction of life on this world.

  • Khan's on February 10, 2022

    Little planet Earth.

  • Air Mwik on February 10, 2022


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