This image provided by NASA on Monday, July 11, 2022, shows galaxy cluster SMACS 0723, captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. The telescope is designed to peer back so far that scientists can get a glimpse of the dawn of the universe about 13.7 billion years ago and zoom in on closer cosmic objects, even our own solar system, with sharper focus. (NASA/ESA/CSA/STScI via AP)
The first-full color images from the James Webb Space Telescope have been released by NASA after 25 years of hard work.
The photos from the $10 billion telescope is the deepest, highest resolution view ever captured of the universe.
It shows what the cosmos looked like 13 billion years ago. The Webb telescope has enough fuel on board for 20 years of research.