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James Webb Space Telescope hunt aliens in TRAPPIST planet system

Tinuku ~ NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWAT) is assigned to look for alien life signs. James Webb's telescope will look for fingerprints of extraterrestrial life on Earth-sized planets from the newly discovered TRAPPIST planet system. Technology is designed to complement and extend the scientific capabilities of other missions such as the Hubble Telescope.

Tinuku James Webb Space Telescope hunt aliens in TRAPPIST planet system

Tinuku.com James Webb Space Telescope hunt aliens in TRAPPIST planet system

The US space agency today announced the James Webb Space Telescope will be hunting for signs of life on the newly discovered TRAPPIST planet system and in the moons of Jupiter.

JWAT is designed to complement and extend the scientific capabilities of other space missions such as the Hubble Space Telescope. JWAT will be the most powerful space telescope ever built.

"From the first galaxy after the Big Bang, to search for chemical fingerprints in Enceladus, Europa, and exoplanets like TRAPPIST-1e. Webb will see some amazing things in our universe," said Eric Smith, James Webb Space Telescope Director at NASA Headquarters In Washington.

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Tinuku James Webb Space Telescope hunts aliens in TRAPPIST planet system

"With more than 2,100 preliminary observations planned, there is no limit to us with this magnificent telescope," Smith said.

A wide spectrum of early observations will address all areas of science. The telescope was designed to explore the first light and the formation of galaxies up to the birth of stars and planets.

Target telescopes about planets in the solar system such as Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, and the Kuiper Belt are cold, while for exoplanets is a distant galaxy in the young universe.
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