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Stunning new Webb images: baby stars, colliding galaxies and hot exoplanets

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Nature 607, 429-430 (2022)


Additional reporting by Max Kozlov and McKenzie Prillaman.

Updates & Corrections

  • Update 12 July 2022: This story was updated to include more commentary from astronomers.

  • Correction 13 July 2022: An earlier version of this story said that the exoplanet WASP-96b is around half the size of Jupiter (an editing error). It is around half the mass of Jupiter.


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