NASA's Webb Reveals Cosmic Cliffs Glittering 

The "Cosmic Cliffs" of the Carina Nebula are seen in this image from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, with the lower part and the upper part divided horizontally by a wavy line between the cloudscape that forms the nebula.

The Southern Ring Nebula in near-infrared light, left, and in mid-infrared light, right, from NASA's James Webb Telescope.

A group of five galaxies that appear close to each other in the sky: the two in the center, one at the top, one at the top left, and one at the bottom appear in the mosaic or combination of mid-infrared data.

Galaxy Cluster SMACS 0723 A Glimpse of the Universe About 13.7 Billion Years Ago.