James Webb Telescope Found Galaxies Never Seen Before

In one of its first images, the James Webb Space Telescope captured a galaxy named GLASS-z13, which set the record of becoming the oldest galaxy ever observed by astronomers, forming just a mere 300 million years after the Big Bang!

The telescope has been fully operational since July 11th, and it has already stunned scientists by its sharp images and fascinating discoveries.

Get ready to learn how the James Webb Space Telescope has already detected an exoplanet with one of the main conditions for life, made an image covering an area of the sky one-fifth of the moon’s diameter, and showed us Jupiter’s rings like never seen before.