Far-distant galaxies
James Webb Telescope James Webb telescope may have spotted some of the most distant galaxies ever seen

Researchers say that if the initial estimates are correct, these galaxies may have formed some 350 million to 450 million years after the Big Bang occurred

Carbon dioxide in exoplanet James Webb Telescope spots carbon dioxide in distant exoplanet

The carbon dioxide was discovered in the atmosphere of a giant hot and gaseous planetary object named the WASP-39b, located at a distance of 700 light-years from Earth and in the constellation Virgo