Last week, the James Webb Space Telescope released its first full-color images of the cosmos, finally showcasing why it is expected to be the world’s premier space telescope.
Ever wonder how scientists will use the James Webb Space Telescope?
Today, we’re going to meet someone who has been dreaming for years about what we could see with this technological marvel.
Vivian U, PhD (@JustTheLetterU) is an assistant research astronomer at the University of California, Irvine. She will also be one of the first people to conduct research with the James Webb Space Telescope! Vivian explained to us what she hopes to discover by pointing Webb at colliding galaxies and supermassive black holes, and why this telescope is expected to be so good at peering through dust.
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