Google pays its own tribute to the person responsible for the deepest photo in the universe.
Not only the scientific community is partying after the reveal of the first images from the James Webb telescope , but also technology companies like Google .
For this reason, this Tuesday, July 12, Google celebrated Webb by dedicating a doodle to him thanks to the capture of the deepest photo in the universe.
A Day of Celebration by James Webb
“A picture is worth a thousand worlds. Today ‘s Doodle celebrates the deepest infrared photo of the universe ever taken by NASA ‘s James Webb Space Telescope , also known as JWST or Webb, a scientific phenomenon and one of mankind’s greatest engineering feats . a statement.
“It is the largest, most powerful and most complex infrared telescope ever put into space, and the largest international space effort in history! Today, six months after liftoff, NASA released the first operational Webb images revealing new depths and worlds,” he says.
Indeed, James Webb has published the deepest infrared photo of the universe to date starring the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 , about 4.6 billion years old. The light from some of them, however, traveled up to 13 billion years.
Are we alone in the universe? How’d we get here?
The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope help us #UnfoldTheUniverse & answer the questions above 🌌
— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) July 12, 2022
James Webb doodle
James Webb ‘s doodle shows the Google logo in purple with representations of stars and galaxies as a texture.
In its letters O, is the telescope as such, with the gold-coated parasol taking pictures of the universe.
By clicking on it, we will be redirected to the search in your browser for the latest news about it, giving us the most outstanding at the beginning.
“For a long time throughout history, humans have asked, ‘How did we get here?’ and ‘Are we alone in the universe?’ The JWST will allow us to explore these questions and distant worlds orbiting other stars. and study our solar system in depth, producing the sharpest infrared images ever taken by a space telescope. It will open the doors to more scientific advances in the future, shedding new light on space, time, and celestial bodies that we have yet to see. discover”, reflects the company.