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The Webb Telescope Released Very First Exoplanet Image

Jonti Horner, University of Southern Queensland Did you ever want to see an alien world? A planet orbiting a distant star, light years from the Sun? Well, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has just returned its first-ever picture of… Continue Reading →

James Webb deep field images: The Divide between Science and Art is Artificial

Cherine Fahd, University of Technology Sydney The first task I give photography students is to create a starscape. To do this, I ask them to sweep the floor beneath them, collect the dust and dirt in a paper bag and… Continue Reading →

A Cosmic Time Machine: The James Webb Space Telescope

Sara Webb, Swinburne University of Technology It has been an exciting time with the release of breathtaking photos of our Universe by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Images such as the one below give us a chance to see… Continue Reading →

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