Download JWST Wallpapers 4K Pillars of Creation and Tarantula Nebula

NASA released the first images of the universe captured from the James Webb Telescope a few months ago. The very first image that the JWST captured was Webb’s Deep Field NIRCam image. Followed by the Southern Ring Nebula, Stephan’s Quintet, and the “Cosmic Cliffs” in the Carina Nebula.

Pillars of Creation

Today, Nasa released the most anticipated Pillars of Creation images, and they are breathtaking! These are unlike any images you have seen before of the creation of the universe.

As per Nasa, the Pillars of Creation are set off in a kaleidoscope of color in NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope’s near-infrared-light view. The pillars are filled with semi-transparent gas and dust and are ever-changing. It looks like arches and spires rising out of a desert landscape.

As the name suggests, this is a region where young stars are forming – or have barely burst from their dusty cocoons as they continue to form.

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Haunting Portrait: NASA’s Webb Reveals Dust, Structure in Pillars of Creation

Nasa’s James Webb Space Telescope just unveiled the new Haunting Portrait: Dust, Structure in Pillars of Creation. The following image highlights the Velvet-Like lining of dust throughout this star-forming region, including shells around actively forming stars. Read more here.

Many layers and pillars of semi-opaque gas and dust overlay one another. These regions appear light blue and dark gray-blue. The first pillar starts at the bottom left and extends to the top right. There is one prominent red star, with tiny spikes at its tip. Lower on this pillar, there are several darker areas of dust that jut out, many with bright red stars that appear as small red dots at their ends. Below the top pillar are two slightly smaller pillars, both ending in dark gray-blue regions. The second pillar has a dark arch that looks like an upside-down L halfway down. The background of this scene is washed in shades of red. Toward the top center is a V shape. At its lowest point, the V is a brilliant red. There are only several dozen tiny bright white and blue stars in this overall scene. Larger stars appear redder and are embedded in the pillars. For more details, download the Text Description.

Tarantula Nebula

Another set of images that we missed reporting on is the Tarantula Nebula, which is equally aesthetic.

The Tarantula Nebula star-forming region is observed in a new way thanks to Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam). It also reveals tens of thousands of newly discovered newborn stars that were previously hidden by cosmic dust.

The most active region appears pale blue and sparkles with enormous young stars. Red stars that are still embedded and have not yet broken out of the nebula’s dusty cocoon are strewn among them. Due to NIRCam’s unrivaled resolution at near-infrared wavelengths, it is possible to identify these stars that are veiled in dust.

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All of these come in two variations from Webb’s NIRCam and MIRI. Here, download all of Nasa’s James Webb Telescope images and set them as desktop and mobile wallpapers.

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Download JWST Pillars of Creation Wallpapers

Download the original Nasa’s James Webb Telescope Pillars of Creation wallpapers in high resolution. Mind you that some of these images come in a resolution of 2000 X 1157 pixels and weigh 150MB+ in size. You can also download the lower resolution images of about 1960 x 2000 weighing about 5 MB in size.

Haunting Portrait: Dust, Structure in Pillars of Creation

New Pillars of Creation (NIRCam Image)

Pillars of Creation (Hubble and Webb Images Side by Side)

Download Tarantula Nebula Wallpapers From JWST

Download the original Nasa’s James Webb Telescope Tarantula Nebula wallpapers in high resolution. Some of these images come in a resolution of 14557 X 8418 pixels and weigh 140MB+ in size. You can also download the lower resolution images of about 2000 X 1157 weighing about 5 MB in size.

Tarantula Nebula (NIRCam Image)

Two Views of the Tarantula Nebula (NIRCam and MIRI images)

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NASA’s James Webb Telescope Wallpapers optimized for Smartphones

Here you will find all the Webb Telescope’s images optimized for smaller screens like mobile, tablets, and will ook stunning on your Android and iPhones.

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