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What can we expect from the first round of new images from the James Webb Space Telescope in June and July..?

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Cristina Gomez and Jimmy Church look into the top candidates of distant worlds for imaging by the James Webb Space Telescope based of the results of other ground breaking discoveries from the Kepler, Spitzer, and other space telescopes.

On March 21, NASA announced the milestone of 5,005 confirmed exoplanets. One of JWST‘s major tasks will be studying the atmospheres of exoplanets to look for signs of life. Candidates such as Kepler-442b, and several worlds in the habitable zone of the Trappist-1 system, and many more will be scrutinized by the telescope's cutting edge optics and technologies.

The chief objective is to use the light spectrum of distant suns to reveal the chemical contents of the atmospheres of those worlds as they transit in front of their parent stars, and to look for evidence of biosignatures and technosignatures.

From astronomers to astrobiologists, to those who work for space agencies across the world, as well as the general public, so many are waiting with bated breath for the first images, and what the telescope will reveal to us in the future.

In this episode we will look at the possibilities of finding distant worlds in habitable zones that show evidence of biosignatures and technosignatures, and the most likely worlds known to date that could prove to be the ones that change the paradigm for understanding life out there in the Universe.

Join us as we try to make sense of it all on Mysteries with a History.

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