Gleaming stars. Swirling galaxies. Streaking lights.
The first images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope released July 12 revealed segments of God’s beautiful universe never seen before. The whole world is now seeing clearer pictures of the Carina Nebula, Stephan’s Quintet, Southern Ring Nebula, and galaxy cluster SMACS 0723.
And an Abilene Christian University alumnus helped develop the tool to make it all possible.
Gabriel Grant Huff reports.