The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has revealed never-before-seen details of Pandora’s Cluster, an immense megacluster of galaxies located 4.5 billion light-years away from Earth.
NASA released a stunning image of the cluster taken by the telescope, which shows the intricate details of the galaxies within it. According to the agency, the image contains more than 10,000 galaxies, making it the most detailed view of the cluster yet.
The Pandora’s Cluster is one of the largest structures in the universe, and the new image provides astronomers with a unique opportunity to study the formation and evolution of galaxies.
The Hubble and ESA have also released an image of the cluster, showing a wide-angle view of the galaxies. The image, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, captures the cluster in a single shot and reveals the immense scale of the structure.
In addition, the VideoFromSpace YouTube channel has released a video of the cluster, which shows the incredible detail of the galaxies contained within it.
The data collected by the JWST will be used to study the formation of stars and galaxies, and to better understand the evolution of the universe.
The JWST is the world’s most powerful space telescope, and its observations of the universe will help us better understand the origins of the universe.
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