James Webb Space Telescope - Southern Ring Nebula (NIRCam Image)

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The bright star at the center of NGC 3132, while prominent when viewed by NASA’s Webb Telescope in near-infrared light, plays a supporting role in sculpting the surrounding nebula. A second star, barely visible at lower left along one of the bright star’s diffraction spikes, is the nebula’s source. It has ejected at least eight layers of gas and dust over thousands of years.

Data from Webb’s (NIRCam) were used to make this extremely detailed image. It is teeming with scientific information – and research will begin following its release.