Overview of JWST Deep Field Confirming Evolutionary Theories of Early Universe (video)

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Galaxy of interest z13.1 is seen as a tiny red dot set in the background of this SMACS 0723 image

Note: this video is the companion to our article and a prelude to our full feature video

A brief overview of our study, highlighting evidence in JWST NirSpec data that affirms the veracity of prevailing theories of the early universe’s composition and evolution.

Some important discoveries and confirmations have been realized with the first public release of JWST data and imagery. We can unequivocally state that our evolutionary theories of the early universe have been confirmed! Using NIRSpec data, this video will present this confirmation, one that was not discussed but yet was hiding in plain sight! This video highlights this data.


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA/JPL)
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Space Telescope Science Institute (STSci.edu)

The Early Release Observations and associated materials were developed, executed, and compiled by the ERO production team: Hannah Braun, Claire Blome, Matthew Brown, Margaret Carruthers, Dan Coe, Joseph DePasquale, Nestor Espinoza, Macarena Garcia Marin, Karl Gordon, Alaina Henry, Leah Hustak, Andi James, Ann Jenkins, Anton Koekemoer, Stephanie LaMassa, David Law, Alexandra Lockwood, Amaya Moro-Martin, Susan Mullally, Alyssa Pagan, Dani Player, Klaus Pontoppidan, Charles Proffitt, Christine Pulliam, Leah Ramsay, Swara Ravindranath, Neill Reid, Massimo Robberto, Elena Sabbi, Leonardo Ubeda. The EROs were also made possible by the foundational efforts and support from the JWST instruments, STScI planning and scheduling, and Data Management teams.

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