NASA Image of the Day: Stephen’s quintuplets from James Webb, Hubble and Subaru collaboration

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In NASA’s Picture of the Day, A picture of Stephen’s quintuplets We observe that from the combination of space telescope data James Webb, Hubble and ground telescope Subaru Obtained in Hawaii.

Not long ago, NASA released the first full-color images from the James Webb Telescope. These five images had amazing details and features and attracted a lot of attention. In the previous articles, we reviewed these images and explained each one in detail. Now the question arises whether the images of the Hubble telescope, James Webb and Subaru can be taken from Stephen’s quintuplets combined?

The recently launched James Webb Space Telescope has a larger mirror than Hubble, but this telescope is within range mid-infrared It observes the universe and cannot blue light to observe On the other hand, the Hubble Space Telescope, which is more than thirty years Launched earlier, it has a smaller mirror and cannot observe the infrared spectrum. However, this telescope can not only blue light but even ultraviolet also depict

Webb and Hubble data can then be combined to create images in a wider range of colors.

On the other hand, the ground telescope dataSubaru» Japan At Hawaii It can also help to complement the colors of this image. Because the Webb, Hubble, and Subaru data are freely available, anyone around the world can process them and capture extraordinary images across a wide range of these objects or regions.

Subaru telescope at the topMaunakea» – one is the peak of an extinct volcano – located in Hawaii. The air pressure on this peak is only two thirds of the air pressure at sea level. Clouds usually form below the peak, and since Hawaii has its own regional climate, it provides ideal conditions for observing the cosmos.

Maunakea Peak is one of the best observation sites in the world. In this area you can 13 telescopes He observed the giants, each of them observing the universe in a special spectrum.

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