The James Webb Telescope’s first images were released Tuesday.

It’s “the largest and most complex observatory ever launched into space,” according to Baltimore’s Space Telescope Science Institute, with the ability to capture the formation of galaxies more than 13 billion years ago.

The images reveal emerging stellar nurseries and individual stars in the Carina Nebula, “Cosmic Cliffs” and never-before-seen details of a galaxy group “Stephan’s Quintet.”

Read more: How a team from Baltimore turned data from the James Webb Telescope into the images seen around the world

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