(Washington, DC) -- NASA's James Webb Space telescope is delivering its first images, with more to come Tuesday morning.
The ten-billion-dollar telescope is providing the deepest view of the universe ever captured. The first image released Monday afternoon shows light that's been traveling for 13-billion years from a cluster of galaxies.
The James Webb telescope is also being used to create the first detailed near-infrared study of the atmosphere of a planet in what's known as the habitable-zone.
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