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JWST Feature - Evolution of the Universe

Astrophyscists and astonomers will use the James Webb Space Telescope to unravel mysteries about the evolution of the Universe. The Webb telscope will help observe how the first stars gathered into the first galaxies, and those first galaxies collided and merged into larger galaxies and evolved into the Universe we see today.


Stuart Levy (AVL NCSA/University of Illinois): Lead Animator
Donna Cox (AVL NCSA/University of Illinois): Animator
Robert Patterson (AVL NCSA/University of Illinois): Animator
Chris Meaney (HTSI): Animator
Michael McClare (HTSI): Animator
Michael McClare (HTSI): Video Editor
Erica Drezek (HTSI): Narrator
Timothy Livengood (TIDES CENTER): Narrator
Michael McClare (HTSI): Producer
Renyue Cen Ph.D. (Princeton University): Scientist
Jeremiah Ostriker Ph.D. (Princeton University): Scientist
Matthew Hall (AVL NCSA/University of Illinois): Scientist
Michael McClare (HTSI): Videographer
Francis Reddy (SPSYS): Writer
Please give credit for this item to:
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center and the Advanced Visualization Laboratoy at the National Center for Supercomputing

Science Paper:
Star Formation Feedback and Metal Enrichment History Of The Intergalactic Medium Renyue Cen, Nora Elisa Chisari (2010)

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James Webb Space Telescope - JWST

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