As of now how much larger is our practically observable universe compared to just prior to JWST becoming operational
What would evidence of stars and galaxies significantly older than 13.8 billion years old look like? In what parts of space has it not been found?
What parameters of the Big Bang model will have to be adjusted to account for JWST's observations of highly redshifted galaxies?
Which JWST instrument modes are compatible with observations of the bright trans-Earth planets Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn? Which aren't?
Question: By design, JWST cannot observe in the anti-sun direction. Is this due to Gegenschein backscatter?
What is the story behind this supposedly incredibly detailed image of the disk of Proxima Centauri attributed to the JWST?
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