Science / NASA shared the picture of the birth of stars James Webb Telescope captured for the first time

Zoom News : Nov 17, 2022, 07:41 PM
NASA Research News: Scientists from all over the world are continuously doing research to understand the origin of life. For this, satellites around the world keep an eye on the events happening in space for 24 hours. During this research, NASA has once again got increased success. NASA's James Webb Telescope has done a feat that no telescope had done before. NASA has claimed that James Webb's Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) has captured a picture in which a protostar has been seen among the dark clouds (L1527) which indicates the formation of a new star. This protostar is located in the Taurus molecular cloud and is home to hundreds of newly formed stars. NASA has said that this dark cloud is about 430 light-years away from the Earth.

Is the picture in this unique?

NASA said that the protostar can be seen in the middle of the picture. Light from the protostar is seen leaking out above and below this disk. A cloud of gas and dust is shining around it. Including the protostar and its cloud. Its name is L1527. Its age is being told about 1 lakh years.

Many questions will be answered by this research.

By researching this picture, scientists will try to understand how our solar system looked during its origin. This will make it easier for scientists to understand the process of formation of a planet. Let us tell you that the Webb made at a cost of 10 billion dollars is the world's most powerful space telescope. Even before this, James Telescope has shared many amazing pictures. Scientists believe that this research will give a new direction to the world of space science.