There’s no shortage of reasons to be amazed by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, and the images that have been created by it and its large team. James Webb Telescope images have been shared by NASA thick and fast since its launch on December 25, 2021, and after the first images were unveiled (opens in new tab) back in July 2022.

Since then, Webb’s telescope images have included an asteroid-smashing mission (opens in new tab) and a planet outside of our solar system (opens in new tab). Each new image serves not only to increase our understanding of far-out phenomena such as white dwarfs, nebulae, and ‘Cosmic Cliffs’, but to marvel at how far technology has come since the Hubble Telescope started sending us images back in the 1990s.