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2239 Images from the Webb Telescope (Sep. 28, 2022)

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The main web site for the Webb Space Telescope is:

The Webb Space Telescope page with described images can be found at:

The sonified versions of the Webb Space Telescope images can be found at:

To submit questions or comments, go to:

Below are some other ways you can find out more about the Web Space Telescope and follow progress:

The main web site for the Space Telescope Science Institute is:

Below is a link to where people can sign up for Inbox Astronomy and get all the latest Hubble & Webb discoveries:

Note from the web site:
"Unless otherwise specifically stated, no claim to copyright is being asserted by STScI and material on this site may be freely used as in the public domain in accordance with NASA's contract. However, it is requested that in any subsequent use of this work NASA and STScI be given appropriate acknowledgement."

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