A star taking birth in space for 100000 years James webb telescope captured see the picture

The James Webb Space Telescope, the largest telescope deployed in space, is bringing the hidden secrets of the universe to the world. The telescope has captured the picture of the bright dust clouds. Its name is L1527. It provides information about the formation of stars. The US space agency NASA has told that this picture of Webb has exposed the features of a protostar. Looking at the picture, it seems that some huge bird in space has spread its wings and the ‘born star’ is hidden inside it.

As per reports, in the region where this picture was clicked, clouds of dust and gas can only be seen in infrared wavelengths and James Webb specializes in it. The infrared technology in James Webb’s camera is capable of bringing such scenes to the world. This is the Taurus star-forming region, the clouds in which have been observed using Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam).

NASA says that the blue color tells about the area where the dust is thinnest. Thick layers of dust can be understood by the orange colour. If we talk about the hidden star, then it is hidden in the middle of the picture, which connects the two ‘wings’. Its light is leaking in above and below the protoplanetary disk and illuminating the surrounding gas and dust.

Observations suggest that L1527 is about 100,000 years old. It is believed to be a class zero protostar, the earliest stage of star formation. It is not yet known how long it will take for the star to be ‘born’ i.e. to shine like a star. Scientists say studying this puzzling object will help them learn more about what the solar system and the Sun looked like at the beginning of their formation.

Talk about the James Webb Space Telescope, it is the largest telescope ever deployed in space. The agency launched it in December last year. James Webb’s construction cost $ 10 billion (about Rs 75,330 crore). This telescope has shown many wonderful pictures of deep space.

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