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James Webb Telescope: a scientist explains what its first, amazing images show – and how it will change astronomy

By Martin Barstow, Professor of Astrophysics and Space Science, University of Leicester
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After decades of development and many trials and frustrations along the way, the James Webb Telescope has finally started to deliver what it came for. On July 12, Nasa released the first science observations made by the suite of instruments carried on board the mission, marking what we eagerly anticipate will be the beginning…The Conversation

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