On Monday evening, NASA released the first complete image from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), heralding a new era of scientific observation.
Tuesday morning, during the opening remarks for the JWST image releases, Webb Program Director Greg Robinson asked the audience on NASA’s Goddard Campus if anyone had seen the scene released last night. “Well,” he said, after people cheered enthusiastically. “You ain’t seen nothing yet.”
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