James Webb Space Telescope: The scientific mysteries no other observatory could unravel

When scientists planned and designed the Hubble Space Telescope, the most groundbreaking astronomical observatory of its era, there were many things about the universe they didn’t know. One of these unknowns was that stars and galaxies existed already a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, Mark McCaughrean, senior advisor for science and exploration at the European Space Agency (ESA), told Space.com. 

But even if they had known about these early stars and galaxies, they didn’t have the technology to make Hubble see them. 

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