- posted May 30, 2023
JWST Trio II
Apparently, in space, it's hard to say where up and where down is. And apparently, it does not really matter.
Apparently, hydrogen and dust help form stars. Apparently, stars explode and leave remains in the circumstellar material.
Apparently, the history of a star’s past episodes of mass can be read in the nebula’s structure.
Apparently, the shape and complexity of the green stuff is surprising and challenging for scientists to understand.
Apparently, pictures from space continue to tempt us to riso print them.
This new set of three James Webb Space Telescope images comes in new shapes and sizes: NGC 346 is a long one (420x148mm), in 3C (Sunflower, Fluo Pink and Black); Cassiopeia A and Wolf-Rajet 124 come as a square duo (148x148mm), in 4C (Sunflower, Cornflower, Fluo Pink and Black).
Print and concept by @leasbeth
Science and Image Processing by:
NASA, ESA, CSA, Olivia C. Jones (UK ATC), Guido De Marchi (ESTEC), Margaret Meixner (USRA)
Alyssa Pagan (STScI), Nolan Habel (USRA), Laura Lenkić (USRA), Laurie E. U. Chu (NASA Ames)
NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, Webb ERO Production Team
NASA, ESA, CSA, Danny Milisavljevic (Purdue University), Tea Temim (Princeton University), Ilse De Looze (UGent)
Joseph DePasquale (STScI)
Edition of 50, 420x148 / 148x148mm
Printed in Sunflower, Cornflower, Fluo pink, Black
Paper: Fedrigoni Freelife Cento 260g (100% recycled paper)