Highlights

  • The study is seen as the next step in understanding the process of star formation
  • Tarantula Nebula is a stellar nursery which is officially called 30 Doradus
  • James Webb Telescope shows a much more detailed view of the stars

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Video: NASA's James Webb telescope captures never-seen-before young stars

As compared to the Hubble telescope, the James Webb Telescope shows a much more detailed and clearer view of the rare stars.

Thousands of never-seen-before stars and a telescope, a sight as serene as this, has been made possible by NASA's Webb telescope.

The telescope has captured scores of young stars in the Tarantula Nebula, a stellar nursery which is officially called 30 Doradus.

The study is seen as a step further to understand the process of star formation.

Contrary to a telescope named Hubble, James Webb Telescope shows a much detailed and clearer view of the rare stars including their structure and composition of the nebula.

What makes the discovery special is the picture clarity managed by the James telescope. It has weeded out the dusty filaments that was earlier used to cover the whole observation. Besides, the background galaxy view adds further to sight.

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