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  • NASA releases more images of space
  • Images taken by James Webb telescope
  • Spectacular images posted by space agency

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NASA's  James Webb Telescope, the world's most powerful space telescope, gives a sneak peek into the celestial bodies like never before. 

NASA has released more images of the outer space taken by the James Webb Telescope and they are spectacular.

Southern Ring Nebula

An image of a planetary nebula approximately 2,500 light-years away known informally as the Southern Ring Nebula shows a dying star cloaked by dust and layers of light.

A planetary nebula is a region of cosmic gas and dust formed from the cast-off outer layers of a dying star.

Stephan's Quintet
If mysteries of one galaxy boggle your mind then this picture from Webb Telescope of a visual grouping of 5 galaxies will definitely take your breath away. Constructed from almost 1,000 separate files, this mosaic of the Stephan's Quintet provides new insights into how galactic interactions may have driven galaxy evolution in the early universe.

Carina Nebula

This image reveals for the first time previously invisible areas of star birth. The craggy mountain-like shapes are walls of gas and dust around a region where new stars are being born. The cosmic nursery is called Carina Nebula

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