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The dust cloud known as the “Pillars of Creation”, recorded by the Hubble Space Telescope, was observed by the James Webb Space Telescope, which was launched by the US Aerospace Agency (NASA).
This time, the Eagle Nebula in the Constellation Serpent, some 6,500 light-years from Earth, was spotted by the James Webb Space Telescope, according to a report from the BBC.
Prof. Mark McCaughrean, the Senior Scientific Advisor to the European Space Agency, stated, “I’ve been researching the Eagle Nebula since the 1990s.”
On December 25, 2021, NASA launched James Webb, the biggest and most technologically sophisticated space telescope ever, into orbit as the Hubble Space Telescope’s replacement.