The James Webb Space Telescope has captured images of 19 spiral galaxies. These galaxies are 50 million to 60 million light years apart, and these images give us a new view of the early stages of star formation.
With the help of the James Webb Space Telescope, we are also seeing the complex outlines of sunlight and gas clouds, which play a role in the formation of stars and planets.
The bar structure of spiral galaxies is officially believed to be a significant contributor and helps to funnel gas toward the galaxy’s central black hole.
Images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope are helping to expand our knowledge of the universe and enhance our cosmic perspective.