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James Web Space Telescope – The Early Universe Hi, I’m Marley, the astronomer here at the Space Centre. To end off this year, we are going to take one last look at the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). So far, we have explored stars, other worlds, and galaxies. This month, I thought we could take…
Exoplanets are the first thing people tend to think of when thinking about worlds that are not our own. They are important to study because these extra-solar systems can teach us about how planets and their systems evolve and change overtime. This, in turn, can help us understand why our own solar system is the…
This month, and barring any last-minute complications, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will launch on December 22nd. In this blog post I want to talk a little bit about what science we can expect from JWST.