James Webb Space Telescope is a space telescope designed primarily to conduct infrared astronomy.
The James Webb Space Telescope will be the world's premier infrared observatory.
The telescope will be able to see the first galaxies that formed in the universe.
It will study the formation of stars and planets, detecting the chemical makeup of galaxies, the formation of stars and planets, and more.
The telescope has a 6.5-meter primary mirror, which is almost three times larger than the Hubble Space Telescope's primary mirror.
The Webb Telescope will be able to provide images of the first galaxies and stars forming in the universe.
The Webb Telescope will also be able to detect the first stars and galaxies that formed in the universe.
The Webb Telescope is the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, and it will be the most powerful telescope ever launched into space.
The James Webb Space Telescope is a mission of discovery with a unique capability to detect the first stars and galaxies in the universe.