One of the greatest advances in space observation history is the James Webb Space Telescope. The scientific community has great hopes for this space telescope because it is significantly more powerful than any other space telescope ever deployed by humanity. There are billions of miles between us and the stars, but that doesn’t make them any less interesting. While their dazzling display of light in the night sky is appreciated by many, it is the planets that orbit them that scientists find most intriguing. With the recent discovery of life signs on one of these planets by the cutting-edge James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers have more incentive than ever to keep an eye on it. What evidence did the JWST find? On which planet did the telescope make this discovery? In this video, we’ll explain how the James Webb Space Telescope found evidence of life on a faraway planet.
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