JWST discovers rare red spiral galaxies in the early Universe

The James Webb Space Telescope (Webb or JWST) has discovered several rare red spiral galaxies, giving astronomers a new look at the early Universe.

Astronomers analyzed the red spiral galaxies in one of the James Webb Space Telescope, the first image of the galaxy cluster SMACS J0723.3–7327. Seen through the eyes of the JWST, the most powerful telescope ever put into orbit, the galaxy cluster magnifies objects seen beyond and allows astronomers to peer deeper into the Earth universe. The researchers found that some of these galaxies represent the most distant spiral galaxies ever seen.

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