This video has been zoomed in on a dying star captured by the James Webb Telescope. The video shows how the James Webb Telescope captured a dazzling and unprecedented image of the planetary nebula ‘NGC 3132’ located in the Southern Ring Nebula. It is more than 2,000 light years away from Earth. The video, posted on Twitter by Canada’s space agency, describes how the James Webb Telescope focused on its target. It is worth noting that along with NASA, Canada’s Space Agency is also involved in the project related to this telescope.
WOW! , This video zooms through space to reveal @nasawebb‘s image of the Southern Ring Nebula, 2000 light-years from Earth. Canada’s Fine Guidance Sensor allowed the telescope to point at and focus on its target.
Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, and the Webb ERO Production Team pic.twitter.com/my5vbAjD80
— Canadian Space Agency (@csa_asc) July 21, 2022
Giving credits to NASA, ESA, CSA, STSCI and the Webb ERO production team, the video zooms through space to reveal an image of the Southern Ring Nebula, 2000 light-years away from Earth. It has been told that with the help of Canada’s Fine Guidance Sensor, the telescope focused on its target.
This picture was released last week along with other pictures. NASA has tried to tell from this picture that when a star dies, what is the landscape around it. How far this star is from the earth, you can understand it in such a way that there are 5.8 trillion miles in a light year and it is 2 thousand light years away from the earth. The scientist involved in James Webb’s team had said that even though a star is dying, it is also the beginning of many new stars.
The image was captured by the Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) of the James Webb Telescope. The James Webb Telescope was built by aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp and was launched into space in December 2021 from French Guiana for NASA and its European and Canadian partners. Since then this telescope was setting itself up there. Last week, NASA launched a series of images taken by it. James Webb is the most powerful space telescope ever built. Astronomers are confident that this will herald a new era of discovery.
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