NASA releases James picture

Webb telescope 'teaser'

NASA has released 

 a teaser image from their James Webb Space Telescope showing what deep space may look like. 

Next week, the 

organisation will release the first images from the $10 billion observatory which will show cosmos, galaxies, and beyond.

To tease the highly

anticipated photos, scientists from Webb shared a composite photo "among the deepest images of the universe ever taken"

The technology used to

 help capture a fixed image of deep space is called Webb's Fine Guidance Sensor (FGS)  

Compositing 72 exposures

 over 32 hours, the image shows what other galaxies and stars look like millions of light years away 

FGS has always been 

 capable of capturing imagery, but its primary purpose is to enable accurate science measurements and imaging with precision pointing 

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