Why JWST’s ‘Pillars of Creation’ photo has astronomers buzzing

The James Webb Space Telescope took a breathtaking look inside the “Pillars of Creation,” a spectacular dust cloud formation made famous by its predecessor, the Hubble Space Telescope.

The image is not only stunningly beautiful but also reveals cosmic processes never before observed with such clarity. Here is what astronomers see behind the sparkling, colorful tapestry.

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