Webb Telescope Finds Polychrome Quasar Surrounded by Ancient Galaxies

By Aazam

The Webb Space Telescope has found a rainbow "knot" of a hot quasar and huge galaxies from 11.5 billion years ago

The Hubble Space Telescope's 1995 image of gas clouds was recreated by the telescope a day after its initial view of the Pillars of Creation

At the center of quasars are supermassive black holes that are surrounded by swirling, extremely hot plasma

The light we see from it came from an ancient universe and traveled for billions of years before striking Webb's mirrors

Since Webb sees the universe in infrared, the telescope was perfectly suited to scrutinize this quasar with its Near-Infrared Spectrograph

The sensitivity of the NIRSpec instrument was immediately apparent, and it was clear to me that we are in a new era of infrared spectroscopy

Gizmodo has ended various articles with a reference to how future instruments namely the Webb telescope will allow us to scrutinize distant quasars that we couldn’t see in detail

Gizmodo often ends articles by mentioning how the Webb telescope will allow us to glimpse distant quasars in detail

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