Of the new images released, the most
thrilling one is of a cluster of galaxies called
‘Stephen’s Quintets.’ It reveals the formation
of millions of young stars.
The second image is a detailed view of
Carina Nebula which is 2,300 parsecs away.
We can see a gaseous cavity with dramatic
peaks and valleys dubbed around it.
Next up, we have an image of the Southern Ring Nebula which shows the opposite end of the stellar life cycle compared to the Carina Nebula picture.
The last image is of a spectrum or chemical analysis of a distant planet called WASP-96b. Webb observed the planet that is extremely hot and is around half the size of Jupiter.