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What more can we learn about galaxies with the James Webb Space Telescope?

DECEMBER 3
2015

Location: Online

Galaxies didn't always look like the graceful spiral and glowing ellipitcal galaxies we see today. The earliest galaxies were small, lumpy clumps of stars. The Webb Space Telescope will build on the work of Hubble to tell us how those shapeless objects became the islands of stars in our present-day universe. Find out how Webb will push the boundaries of our galactic knowledge in our latest 25th anniversary science article, "What more can we learn about galaxies with the James Webb Space Telescope?"


What more can we learn about galaxies with the James Webb Space Telescope?