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What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What

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What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What

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    What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What
    by Paul M. Sutter

    When it comes to the first galaxies, the James Webb Space Telescope will attempt to understand the formation of those galaxies and their link to the underlying dark matter. In case you didn’t know, most of the matter in our universe is invisible (a.k.a. “dark”), but its gravity binds everything together, including galaxies. So by …

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