This week NASA dropped the first images from the James Webb space telescope … and we think it would be fair to say they have exceeded the most optomistic expectations of what we were going to see.
To celebrate we have optimised five of our favourites wallpapers to be the perfect fit for a retina quality screen. You can download the pack by clicking on the images.
The James Webb Space Telescope is now the the world’s most advanced space observatory in operation. The Telescope is an engineering marvel and is designed to unravel some of the greatest mysteries of the universe.
Its mission will range from discovering the first stars and galaxies that formed after the big bang to studying the atmospheres of planets around other stars. The telescope forms part of a joint project of NASA, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the Canadian Space Agency.
We are looking forward more releases over the coming weeks.
Read more about the James Webb telescope
- The James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror is being Prepared for Testing
- James Webb Telescope: Telescope moves to Vacuum Test Chamber A, Johnson Space Center, Houston
- NASA delays James Webb Space Telescope launch to 2021
- NASA successfully deploys the James Webb Telescope’s HUGE mirror
- Nasa begins process of focusing James Webb space telescope
- James Webb goes super-cold
- JWST – Fully Focused
- Free – James Webb wallpaper pack to celebrate its first images
- Understanding what the first James Webb images actually show?
- James Webb News – New chemical secrets of distant world revealed