NASA to unveil James Webb Space Telescope's first high resolution images
NASA is giving the world a preview of historic attractions to come that are out of this world -- way out of this world.
Next Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m., NASA says it will release the first high-resolution color photos taken by the James Webb Space Telescope.
At least one of the pictures will show what the space agency says is "the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken."
Launched last December, this space science telescope is called the most powerful and complex ever built.
To see where the James Webb Space Telescope is currently in orbit, follow this link.
To join the "virtual party" of the first unveiling of the images, follow this link.