The largest image of many galaxies ever taken. James Webb telescope worth the investment


Image consists of 690 photos

A team of scientists used the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to create the largest ever image of the cosmos, with 690 photographs. The image covers an area of ​​the sky about eight times larger than the first image from the telescope, released on July 12.

James Webb Space Telescope
James Webb Space Telescope

The huge image was created as part of the Cosmic Evolution Early Release Science Survey (CEERS), which aims to showcase, test and validate extragalactic research with the James Webb Telescope. CEERS has just completed its first set of observations, called Epoch 1, which includes a huge amount of data from the JWST Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) and MIRI imaging systems.

Epoch 1 covers a “small” area of ​​the sky near the “dipper handle” of Ursa Major, and “images already obtained have led to new discoveries and an unexpected, but not undesirable abundance of previously unseen galaxies,” CEERS noted.

We hope you enjoy exploring these images as much as we did, and be sure to open the high resolution images to zoom in – the sheer number of galaxies we’ve captured is awe inspiring.


You can download a full resolution image larger than 500 MB from the CEERS website.

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