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The first image released from the James Webb Space Telescope in 2022: the 'SMACS0723' galaxy cluster. Picture: Space Telescope Science Institute.

Astronomers map the early universe

Astronomers at Swinburne University will use the new James Webb Space Telescope, located 1.5 million km from earth, to make the first three-dimensional map of the universe as it was in the period known as “cosmic morning”, between 10 and 12 ­billion years ago.

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