James Webb Space Telescope discovers young stars in the Orion Nebula

Newborn stars still wrapped in cocoons of dust and gas have been revealed in a new image of the famous Orion Nebula captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

The photo was taken on Sunday (September 11th) with James Webb Space TelescopeNIRCam’s NIRCam tool reveals unprecedented details of Orion NebulaIt is a known star-forming region that can be seen even with the naked eye. The fine structures in the dense dust and gas clouds that make up the nebula in the foreground of the image appear much more clearly than in the previous image taken by Webb’s predecessor, Hubble Space Telescope.

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