James Webb Space Telescope Finds Jewel Ring in Cosmos

A sparkling jeweled ring created by a cosmic phenomenon called gravitational lensing has been captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

The new image captures a far quasars known as RX J1131-1231, which is approximately 6 billion light years by SoilThe powerful gravitational field of a nearby elliptical galaxy, located in the foreground of the image, distorts the light from the quasar — ​​creating an extremely luminous active galactic nucleus (AGN) — creating a bright arc and double views of the object, ultimately producing an image resembling gemstones on a ring.

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