NASA Interview Opportunity: Celebrate the James Webb Space Telescope’s First Year Of Amazing Science With a New Observation Live Shots
NEW IMAGE CAN BE FOUND HERE!!!
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Hubble/ WEBB images in our solar system
New Image to be Released from the James Webb Space Telescope
If you want gorgeous views of the early days of the universe, you want to see images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (Webb). With infrared technology and a unique position about a million miles from Earth, Webb has spent the past year releasing some truly phenomenal observations. In the past year we’ve learned more about the universe than ever before, both in our solar system and far beyond, but we’re still just getting started. To celebrate this breathtaking year and everything coming next, we invite you to see something new and go on a journey through the cosmos with a NASA expert.
To learn more about JWST visit: https://www.jwst.nasa.gov/
Live interviews are available July 12, 2023 from 6:00a.m.- 1:00 p.m. EST
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Today marks one year since the release of the first set of breathtaking images from The James Webb Space Telescope, or Webb, NASA’s largest and most powerful space telescope that’s already revolutionizing astronomy. Here to celebrate these incredible discoveries, show us something new, and talk about what's next is NASA expert XX.
Webb has been referred to as a time machine, can you tell us what that means?
How does Webb work with other telescopes to give us a more complete view of the universe?
What are some of your favorite findings so far?
Tell us more about the new image. How does this make you feel?
Where can our viewers go to keep up?
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Pre-recorded soundbite with Astrophysicist Dr Amber Straughn talking about the newly released image. TRT :58. You can read more about the new image HERE. Transcript is available under the download button
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