The deepest picture of the universe – The curtain which until now have prevented the human gaze to travel back to the beginnings of the universe and to capture a true picture of what it is about this cosmic chaos stood up, finally, for the first time in the history of human scientific creation, with the first photo that was published by NASA and taken by the telescope, James Webb. The photo, which captures in an area corresponding to a granule of sand in the vastness of the universe, presented to the White House, the same Joe Biden. Captures for the first time overage and elders galaxies that no man could imagine that there are such a large number in this universe in which we live and we. The various dots of a variety of colors, bright or faint, color orange, red, purple, or just white, they’re not stars, but galaxies.
In a few hours, in the afternoon of the Third, at 17:30 Greek time, NASA will launch the first binder with photos that have arrived on Earth from the space telescope James Webb. It is already obvious that this telescope is changing the way we perceive the universe. The scientists expect that then the time that the James Webb will be active you will discover completely new worlds, and will be overturned radically the way we understand the World that surrounds us.
The space telescope James Webb confirms the expectations of scientists and proves that it is a wonderful machine which allows us to go back in time and touch the first few moments of the Big Bang, “capturing” a shimmering bright streak or something which made 13 billion. years to us. Be the first objective of the operation of this telescope, which is to scan the dawn of time, and to capture the birth of stars and galaxies, just a few million years after the Big Bang. These are the words of David Elbaz, a researcher at the CEA (the Commission for Atomic Energy and Alternative Energy Sources).
“It’s fantastic. It’s really very, very rich. Colleagues of mine confessed, that the tears came in the eyes once they saw the first picture,” said Johann Richard, an astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics Space Observatory of Lyon. “Cause you immense pleasure when you see those first images. Well, now we can start to dream,” said Nicole Nesvadba, director of research at the National Centre for Scientific Research of France. “The image at the level of detail is incredible. We begin to see the universe in a completely different way,” said Olivier Bernay, who works as a researcher in the Research Centre of Toulouse.
To see the difference, let’s confront the same with a photo of the same universal space taken by the Hubble space telescope, which had already upset, and that then -when it was sent into Space – the way in which the man perceive the universe.