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The James Webb Space Telescope has dazzled us with its first batch of images. WIRED got in touch with the one and only Bill Nye to break down some of these astonishing photos, explaining what we're really looking at. Bill analyzes some images of the Carina Nebula, Southern Ring Nebula, Stephan's Quintet and more.
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ImAFatNerd
ImAFatNerd
Bill Nye and my father helped me fall in love with science, especially astronomy, and have kept my interest ever since. Sadly, my dad isn’t here anymore, but I hope to get my son as interested as he did with me.
SoFarSoGood
SoFarSoGood
So much info but he explained everything in a way that everyone can understand easily
El.blanco
El.blanco
James Webb is already challenging our estimations on how old the universe is! We found so many giant galaxies only 200 million years after the big bang, in which we didn't even know what possible!
Akari
Akari
I took Astronomy my senior year of high school and I’m so glad I did, I loved learning about all of this stuff and explaining the new images to my family members :)
Mohit Soni
Mohit Soni
It is not exactly Photoshopped since wavelengths are mapped to colors. It is not as if every pixel is chosen, a function is used to map the image to visible. The overall beauty exists in nature itself
TheTruFullmetal
TheTruFullmetal
not going to lie in the opener "were taking pictures of these objects with astonishing precision, its like.... whoah" took me back to school with Bill Nye the Science Guy... always will be a fan. 👍
MissFortuneMain 🐷👑
MissFortuneMain 🐷👑
Bill nye taught me science when I was really young, and through our middle school, and I’m convinced bull nye isn’t a science guy, he is
rsbandbj1
rsbandbj1
i really loved those pictures when they first came out. Compare them hubble and it's crazy how much technology has advanced in a few decades.
MrsTiaLynn
MrsTiaLynn
I ♡ Bill Nye. He helped me to become interested in science at young age. Thank you for making science easy enough for us common humans.
Wolvves
Wolvves
I have absolutely no idea how the Webb telescope works. But Bill Nye still keeps me engaged and entertained, just like the good ol days of elementary school 🤣
Kristoffer
Kristoffer 21 gün önce
Well, I love everything with space, but it's always hard to understand. So thank you Bill for making it a bit easier to try to comprehend what it all means... 🤩🥳
R S
R S
Each element has its own infrared wavelength, very much like a fingerprint. This helps a lot when trying to determine what elements make up…. everything
docyagamikiko
docyagamikiko
Why is this only 5mins?! Like for real… a Bill Nye episode should last like a series does! 😭😤🤯🤯🤯
C L
C L
I'm amazed by the print quality of the picture
Harry Schaefer
Harry Schaefer
Now I understand so much more thanks to this video. Thank you Mr. Nye, one question: since a planet's orbit around it's star can sometimes take more than one year, is the entire wide field being monitored continuously?
Homo philosofikus
Homo philosofikus 21 gün önce
Love Bill Nye. His new series "The end is Nye" was a treat
Anil Balram
Anil Balram
This stuff honestly scares me. It's fascinating but just still scary
matt duncil
matt duncil
Can we get a movie in theaters with Bill and Neil explaining and just looking at large
Financial Shinanigan
Financial Shinanigan
Carl Sagan and his intense quotes, love it
C Mel
C Mel
this is insane, i was barely alive for the US moon landing and now here we are. That's a very fast timeline, in another 100 years I can't imagine what we will find. I hope to see a person on Mars in my lifetime, that will be the single biggest human achievement in space exploration, not observation but exploration.
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