The gigantic structure of gas in the galaxy group known as Stephan's Quintet may have had a violent origin, according to a new study.
An image of a bright star’s odd-shaped “rings” is the most recent mystery to come out of the super-powerful James Webb Space Telescope.
The landmark detection paves the way to finding habitable exoplanets that might already host extraterrestrial life.
“We hadn’t really expected it to be this good, to be honest,” said one JWST scientist.
The James Webb Space Telescope is so good at capturing ancient light that some early discoveries may now need a “second look,” one scientist says.
The object was spotted some 300 million years after the Big Bang, making it potentially the oldest known galaxy.
NASA revealed 5 new incredible photos from the James Webb Space Telescope, including stars we've never seen, and "structures that, honestly, we don't even know what they are."
The James Webb Space Telescope’s big reveal was late, bizarre, poorly executed, stole NASA’s thunder, and barely featured a low-res image from the most powerful telescope ever put into space.
The JWST lets humanity see farther into the early universe than ever before, and the first full-color image does not disappoint.
"Earendel" was spotted about 900 million years after the universe was born, making it by far the most distant star ever seen.
Methane is a potential sign of life that the James Webb Space Telescope can readily detect on other worlds, reports a new study.
If all goes to plan, the James Webb Space Telescope will be nudged into orbit at Lagrange Point 2 on Monday.