NASA’s telescope makes scary discovery about universe

Over the past year, NASA’s James Webb telescope has uncovered remarkable discoveries.

Just when it seems scientists have exhausted all discoveries, new revelations emerge, challenging our understanding of the universe.

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), launched in December 2021, has been pivotal in these breakthroughs.


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In just over a year since its launch, the JWST has observed phenomena ranging from the birth of a star 1,300 light years away to stars nearing the end of their lifecycle.

Beyond capturing stunning high-resolution images of galaxies and black holes, the JWST has made significant contributions to physics. Collaborating with the Hubble telescope, it is now being utilized to address one of the most significant challenges in physics.


A recent study published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters suggests that our current understanding of the universe’s expansion could be fundamentally flawed.


The data indicates that the universe is expanding at varying speeds, contingent upon the observer’s vantage point, challenging established theories.

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