James Webb space telescope pictures exoplanet in excellent detail
The James Webb space telescope captured its first ever image of an exoplanet and it has been captured in excellent detail. It is also the first ever image of a planet outside of our solar system to be photographed.
Astronomers marked these images as a "historic moment for astronomy".
The photos were captured by NASA's $10 billion telescope using infrared light, which allows a better detection for the mass and temperature of the planet.
The planet is roughly 1,400 degrees celsius and has red clouds and lots of dust.
The planet is also not habitable due to the temperatures and lack of gravity. But the James Webb space telescope will continue its search for habitable planets.