NASA’s James Webb Telescope had recently released full-color scientific images of some beautiful stars that have been in the universe from the ancient times

The images were nothing less than a visual delight and literally seem like pictures of fairytales coming alive

The telescope’s first full-color images and spectroscopic data were released during a televised broadcast from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

The telescope has released beautiful images of four heavenly bodies

Webb’s three-dimensional picture of the star-forming region called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula, a part of the Milky Way Galaxy, resembles craggy mountains on a moonlit evening

Carina Nebula

The telescope with its high infrared vision and spatial resolution shows sparkling clusters of millions of young stars in Stephan’s Quintet which is a visual grouping of five galaxies

Stephan’s Quintet

The Southern Ring Nebula or NGC 3132 which is approximately 2,500 light-years away has been captured magnificently in detail by the James Webb telescope

Southern Ring Nebula

Webb has captured the distinct signature of water, along with evidence for clouds and haze, in the atmosphere surrounding WASP-96 b , an exoplanet in the Milky Way

WASP-96 b

The telescope has produced the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 that is teeming with thousands of galaxies

SMACS 0723