James Webb: Nasa space telescope delivers spectacular pictures

Spectacular images of a "stellar nursery" and a "cosmic dance" have been acquired by Nasa's brand-new $10bn area telescope.

 The two pictures, and others, were presented to the world on Tuesday to mark the James Webb observatory's readiness to start science operations.

 The center has invested the past 6 months considering that launch undergoing screening.

 Considered as the successor to the popular Hubble telescope, Webb is expected to be a dominant force for discovery for a minimum of the next twenty years.

 The new observatory is a joint project of the US, European and Canadian area companies - with Nasa in the lead. 

 Webb has been specially tuned to see the sky in the infrared - that's light at longer wavelengths than can be sensed by our eyes. 

 This will provide it the ability to look much deeper into deep space than its predecessor and, as a consequence...

..., find occasions happening further back in time - more than 13.5 billion years ago.

 Astronomers will also use its advanced technologies to study the environments of worlds in our Milky Way Galaxy in the hope that signs of life can be detected. 

 The initial batch of images were simply a cup of what would follow, said Prof Gillian Wright, the British researcher who's co-principal investigator on one of Webb's four infrared instruments.

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