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JWST will get best view yet of ‘failed stars’ and rogue planets

We’re just weeks away from the release of the first images taken by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, and while that occasion will be momentous, there is far more science to come.

One of the James Webb Space Telescope‘s early programs is a study that plans to use Webb to observe the nearby stellar nursery NGC 1333. The international team of scientists will image the stellar nursery’s small, faint residents — primarily brown dwarfs and rogue planets — which have been difficult to see with less-powerful telescopes.

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