How to download James Webb space telescope photos on your phone or computer
Last week’s astonishing finds far beat the quality of Hubble, Perhaps you wanted some snaps of the event. You’ve come to the right place.
On Monday, 11 July 2022 President Joe Biden unveiled the first images from the agency’s ground-breaking James Webb Space Telescope. Webb is the successor to the veteran Hubble telescope and seeks to advance upon discoveries made by its predeccessor. So far, it looks like its doing a great job.
“You know what I’m most excited about?” said Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA’s associate administrator for science, during the event. “There’s tens of thousands of scientists — and frankly, some of them just got born or are not even born — who are benefiting from this amazing telescope because it will be with us for decades.”
Such amazing pictures are bounc to have the public looking out for more. NASA has published plenty of different images of the launch, making it easy and possible to find the right image for your needs.
What has NASA put on their website
In a section of the James Webb satellite website, you can download posters and brochures from down the years of the development.
For the creatives, there are origami models, postcards, colouring and flip books that are all available.
There are also six backgrounds specially designed for use during working from home. They can be used as backgrounds during video calls and such.
How to download and view
Downloading is straightforward. All you need to do is click the text in blue under the poster or picture you want. It will open in Microsof edge, safari, or adobe acrobat depending which you have installed.
From there you can do what you want with it, like print it. NASA has pretty open guidelines for using their images so long as not in a commercial way.
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