« BIG BANG IS OVER! » James Webb Telescope Finds An Ancient Structure That Should Not Exist! The James Webb Space Telescope needs no introduction. Not now.
It is currently the star of space exploration. It’s been a few months since Webb’s foray into space, and it has treated us to some stunning images and visuals. So, when we have such a powerful lens pointed toward the deepest regions of the universe, our definition of « surprise » is bound to be slightly altered when it comes to astronomy pics.
Recently, scientists presented Webb’s brilliant view of a galaxy cluster merging around a massive black hole that houses a rare quasar. What’s especially fascinating about this portrait is that the quasar here is considered to be an « extremely red » quasar, which means it’s super far away from us and therefore physically rooted in a primitive region of space that falls near the beginning of time.