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First images: Souther Ring Nebula Poster LOW BAND

First Images: Cosmic Cliffs Poster LOW BAND

First Images: Exoplanet WASP-96 b Poster LOW BAND

First Images: Stephan's Quintet Poster LOW BAND

First Images: Webb's First Deep Field Poster LOW BAND

James Webb Space Telescope Posters and Lithographs LOW BAND

James Webb 3D Model - print and interact with this 3D model to explore all the different parts of this remarkable telescope. 

James Webb 3D Model Print of the Mirror
Want to check out some of the thousands of exoplanets that NASA's astrophysics missions have discovered from the comfort of your own home? Check out the Exoplanet Travel Bureau for different ways to explore features of different exoplanets.
Women in STEM Poster Seriesview and download inspiring, beautiful posters and a mini zine celebrating some of the women who have made significant contributions to science, technology, engineering, and math, from Hypatia in fourth century Alexandria to Cady Coleman on the International Space Station.


Use the Science Writer's Guide from Webbtelescope to assist media personnel, writers, and educators in their efforts to understand the telescope, and in turn, educate others about the mission. 
Launch Media Kit
See the James Webb Space Telescope Launch Highlight video for a behind the scenes look at how the people behind Webb successfully launched the telescope on Christmas Day 2021. 

All About Webb Youtube Video Series  LOW BAND

James Webb Space Telescope YouTube Channel LOW BAND

WebbTelescope Video Resources

Scientific Visualization Studio - Webb Videos/Animations

How are the Hubble Space Telescope and James Webb Space Telescope different, and how do they complement each other? Learn more in this short, animated video, Hubble and Webb: Friends in the Sky. LOW BAND

Reading the Rainbow Video Series
How do Space Telescopes Break Down Light?


Webb's Diffraction Spikes Infographic - this illustration demonstrates the science behind Webb’s diffraction spike patterns, showing how diffraction spikes happen, the influence of the primary mirror and struts, and the contributions of each to Webb’s diffraction spikes.LOW BAND

Choose Your Path: Destiny of Dust Infographic - a tiny dust grain has many potential paths—and destinies—in the universe. Which would you choose? Where could it lead you? Explore some of the possibilities and consequences with this infographic, and discover important roles that dust can play.

Unknown Era: The First Galaxies Infographic -  Webb will push the boundaries of what is observable in the universe farther back in time and space, detecting light emitted by the earliest galaxies more than 13 billion years ago. LOW BAND

Dissecting Supermassive Black Holes Infographic - walk through the full process to learn how supermassive black holes convert fuel to produce bipolar jets, discover when star formation starts and stops, and examine a diagram of the processes at work. LOW BAND

Recipe for Planet Formation Infographic - this infographic is a simplified artistic representation of planet formation, following the format of a baking recipe. LOW BAND

Cosmic Reionization Infographic - more than 13 billion years ago, during the Era of Reionization, the universe was a very different place. What allowed the universe to become completely ionized, or transparent, eventually leading to the “clear” conditions detected in much of the universe today. LOW BAND

Webb's Microshutters Infographic - the telescope’s Near Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) has a microshutter array that can capture hundreds of colorful spectra at the same time. Discover how it will help transform our understanding of many distant stars and galaxies simultaneously. LOW BAND

Moons: Active Worlds Infographic - discover the makeup of four active Solar System moons, worlds unto themselves with unique, dynamic environments. 

What is Cosmological Redshift Infographic - the universe is expanding, and that expansion stretches light traveling through space in a phenomenon known as cosmological redshift. The greater the redshift, the greater the distance the light has traveled. As a result, telescopes with infrared detectors are needed to see light from the first, most distant galaxies. LOW BAND

Massive Stars: Engines of Creation Infographic - this illustration demonstrates how a massive star (at least 8 times bigger than our sun) fuses heavier and heavier elements until exploding as a supernova and spreading those elements throughout space. LOW BAND

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