NASA’s Webb Space telescope is dancing on the bridges of history as it reveals the deepest infrared image of space to date. Earthlings are always intrigued by the mysteries of the Universe, and having a better insight into the stories that unravel between stars and galaxies is always welcome. Today, President Biden had exciting news, or rather an image to share. NASA Webb Space Telescope, which proudly holds the title of the most powerful telescope in the world, captured a couple of images of space which managed to take a good amount of space in the minds of those viewing it. Let’s take a look at President Biden’s tweet.
The first image from the Webb Space Telescope represents a historic moment for science and technology. For astronomy and space exploration.
And for America and all humanity. pic.twitter.com/cI2UUQcQXj
— President Biden (@POTUS) July 11, 2022
It is not every day that you get to witness the final dance of a dying star.
It looks like Twitter’s standards have gone beyond the universe and the ‘deepest infrared image of the Universe’ is not quite enough. The initial reaction to the images captured by the Webb space telescope was skepticism which eventually opened the way for admiration. Well, everybody takes time. Twitter does too. Let’s flip through a few reactions and responses on Twitter. And perhaps try our hand at decoding the high standards of Twitter town.
That comment in itself is underwhelming, to be honest.
Now that seems like an almost normal response. Although the exaggeration is dropping hints toward mild sarcasm.
— Nando (@nandom93) July 12, 2022
Now that is an unexpected analogy
This reminds me of 1980s arcade carpet. But so cool!!!
— Claire de Loon (@PurpleCourage) July 12, 2022
We are not giving up on aliens anytime soon. Let’s just hope they are more like Superman and less like Thanos.
Well, appreciate the effort perhaps.
Whats the big deal you can barely see anything. Would make more sense if they got closer to those galaxies before taking the picture so we could actually see it properly
— Caleb M. (@StuffCalebSaid) July 11, 2022
The amazing way in which the human brain works. Deconstruction on point.
— The Right To Bear Memes (@grandoldmemes) July 11, 2022
Twitter has the ability to make one skeptical.
Why are all the photos from earlier the same? Why aren't they taken from different angles? And you want us to believe this? Shouldn't there be different atoms? Stars? Galaxies?…etc etc etc 🤦🏾♀️.
— GMATT Photography (@GMATTPhotograp1) July 12, 2022
Now that is some food for thought indeed.
Beauty isn’t always about utility. Valid question though.
What exactly will this beautiful image add to my life?
— Emmysiasia (@ECOnuoha) July 11, 2022
It looks like the Kaleidoscope Opening in A Family Affair.
— Sinjin (@Sinjin69602033) July 12, 2022
I do not even have a response to that ‘clear’ image. The clarity in thought is very evident though.
— Ultra MAGA Nurse Trump🇺🇸🏴🇺🇸 (@NurseTrump24) July 11, 2022
Must have been so hard coming up with that name.
We should probably start investigating the possibility.
They got fuckin oil up there ?
— GoatRedneckPoet 🐐💨 (@BuffaloTraceMe) July 11, 2022
The emotion behind the statement is understandable.
Let’s forget about the Economy, Gas prices, Inflation, stocks, hey guys let’s looks at the NASA first image from its new James Webb space telescope, deepest view of the universe ever captured….Duh
— Tom Fordy (@PromoterBoxing) July 11, 2022
Now that is the ‘sugarcoated pill’ method of criticizing
Cool. But back on Earth…https://t.co/FQL5aTrARb
— Dr. Rob McMonagle🇺🇦Free Navalny (@DocMcMonagle) July 12, 2022
People indeed have interesting queries for the President. Questions that cannot be blurred by stars and space.
Can Webb space telescope look into Fed reserve’s balance sheet?
— NEW AMERICA (@TheNewAmerica77) July 12, 2022
Time to play ‘spot the difference’ folks.
For comparison, here's Hubble's from the same region of space. pic.twitter.com/2lk5vwMfhc
— Kristin Dietrich (@Snapdragon6141) July 12, 2022
Webb space telescope isn’t the only thing seeing stars pic.twitter.com/sZ9YntVYjU
— Not Nick (@NotNick42069) July 12, 2022
The cameraman: pic.twitter.com/31h4HPZ9pS
— Mohamed Enieb (@its_menieb) July 11, 2022
You must have got a really sharp pair of eyes.
It is not much different than what we see in the sky here on earth.
— Freedom For Kurdistan (@LukeGra25282315) July 11, 2022
Running away from problems is still not out of trend I presume.
I get that this is cool and pretty, but you have SOOOOO many more important things to be dealing with on Earth.
— Amanda Cubr (@LilGraysMom) July 12, 2022
Forget America militarizing space, we already have these geniuses.
i call dibs on this one pic.twitter.com/LGQ1Ufming
— ⚠️the.radio.from.avalonia⚠️ (@avalonandpals) July 12, 2022