NASA to use James Webb Space Telescope to study cosmic jets and interstellar gas clouds

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Heber Curtis was the first to observe a cosmic jet in 1918.

NASA plans to use the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to study cosmic jets from young stars to better understand how stars form, and how the jets emitted by these stars interact with the surround...

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