With the release of the first full-color image of the James Webb Space Telescope, US President Joe Biden unveiled this historic image today (tomorrow morning Tehran time). will do.
According to NASA's new tweet, this agency has decided to unveil the first image of the "James Webb Space Telescope" (JWST) a day earlier. According to NASA, the honor goes to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, and the unveiling event will be broadcast live on television and on the website today at 17:00 EST (01:30 Tuesday morning Tehran time). NASA will be broadcasting.
Tim Webb wrote in his latest tweet: "We can't contain our excitement for the first full-color images of James Webb! On Monday, July 11 at 5:00 PM EST (01:30 AM on Tuesday, Tehran time), President Biden will unveil one of the first space telescope images of deep space as a preview of what's to come."
The wait for James Webb's first pictures is now more than ever. NASA fueled that enthusiasm on Friday by announcing some of the targets to be featured in the first unveilings, including the Carina and Southern Ring Nebulae, the gaseous exoplanet WASP-96b and a deep-field view of the SMACS 0723 galaxy cluster. Currently, only a select group of scientists and administrators have seen these images. "What I've seen has impressed me as a scientist, as an engineer, and as a human being," NASA Vice President Pam Melroy said.
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It looks like only one image will be unveiled by Joe Biden, but NASA is tight-lipped about which image it will be. did not say Other images are still going to be unveiled tomorrow, which will be broadcast live starting at 9:45 Eastern Time Zone (18:15 Tehran time) with explanations from NASA officials and the James Webb team.
Finally, the live coverage of The images will be released tomorrow at 10:30 EST (19:00 Tehran time) on NASA's television, website and social pages. /> Credit: NASA