JWST is on the way to search for the first supermassive black holes

Even NASA’s next-generation space observatory can’t see supermassive black holes directly, but that doesn’t mean astronomers can’t use its data to better understand the mysterious giant.

Opportunities are shown even in the first pictures with scientific quality from James Webb Space Telescope (aka JWST or Webb) revealed by NASA on July 12 supermassive black holes Properly invisible to all observatories that collect light, JWST will be able to indirectly observe the structures.

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