Future SpaceAstrophysics, the branch of science that seeks to understand the universe and the way it works, has long been interested in the mysterious concept of black holes. Black holes are regions in space with such immense gravitational pull that nothing, not even light, can escape from them. Their existence was first theorized through Einstein’s theory of general relativity in the early 20th century, and over the years, extensive research and observations have reinforced their significance in our understanding of the cosmos. One of the tools researchers use to figure out the realities of space, is the James Webb Space Telescope. And while it wasn’t actually meant to study black holes, since the focus is on the entirety of observable space, it’s bound to pick up information about black holes too.
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