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Webb telescope is lightyears ahead of Hubble. A NASA Ames scientist explains why.

Webb's early images put deep space into focus

by Malea Martin

The first image revealed from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope on July 11 isn't just the deepest and sharpest infrared glimpse that humans have of the distant universe so far. It's also a peek at 4.6 billion years into the past.

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