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Conférence de la Société d' Histoire Naturelle du Creusot

Leisure and sciences, Astronomy, Professional, Conference in Le Creusot
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  • Two years after the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, it will be devoted to the spectacular results it has already brought to scientists.

  • Just a few weeks before the second anniversary of its launch into orbit 1.5 million kilometres from Earth, the James Webb Space Telescope has already exceeded many of the expectations placed in it by scientists around the world.
    Nicolas Richoffer, a member of the Natural History Society of Le Creusot, will present the main results, some of them unexpected, of this extraordinary telescope: new data on the winds of Jupiter, detection of CO2 in the atmosphere of an exoplanet, observation of...
    Just a few weeks before the second anniversary of its launch into orbit 1.5 million kilometres from Earth, the James Webb Space Telescope has already exceeded many of the expectations placed in it by scientists around the world.
    Nicolas Richoffer, a member of the Natural History Society of Le Creusot, will present the main results, some of them unexpected, of this extraordinary telescope: new data on the winds of Jupiter, detection of CO2 in the atmosphere of an exoplanet, observation of stars in formation and the oldest galaxies ever seen before...
    From our solar system as it is today to the farthest reaches of the universe more than 13 billion years ago, travel through space and time to discover images that could call into question a number of areas of knowledge.
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