The latest images from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) reveal exquisite details of the Tarantula Nebula, a scenic region of gas, dust and hot young stars.
This article by Amanda Kooser, writing for CNET, makes the following points:
- JWST sees the universe in infrared light, letting it peer deep into space.
- The Tarantula Nebula images are an excellent example of what the JWST is capable of.
- The nebula's formal name is 30 Doradus, but its spindly 'legs' of dust and gas filaments earned it the spidery nickname.
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