The world will get its first view of a full-color image from the James Webb Space Telescope at a White House event Monday.
U.S. President Joe Biden is set to release the image, with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson giving remarks.
NASA plans to release more full-color images Tuesday that it says will show the telescope “at its full power as it begins its mission to unfold the infrared universe.”
The $10 billion telescope with a primary mirror measuring 6.5 meters in diameter launched in December 2021.
Some information for this report came from The Associated Press.