JWST 2022 IMAGES

 



Our particular look through the new Eye of humanity.

The data captured by NASA JWST has been carefully reprocessed by space artist Pablo Carlos Budassi to obtain these canvases. Resolution has been uplifted with the best IA software available. Colors and lightning curves have been adjusted to our taste. Prints are available if you want to support our project and take these images home. Original images credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI





✳︎    CARINA NEBULA by JWST   ✳︎
July 12, 2022 - Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, Budassi











✳︎    JWST First Image - DEEPEST FIELD EVER  ✳︎
July 11, 2022 - Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, Budassi






✳︎    Jupiter by JWST   ✳︎

King of the Solar System image by our new eye into space. Colors, resolution, and levels enhanced by Pablo Budassi. August 22, 2022 - Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, Budassi












✳︎   TARANTULA NEBULA by JWST   ✳︎


A new version of the mythical second nebula photo by the James Webb telescope. High quality source images released in September 2022 by NASA were remastered in terms of framing, rotation, levels, and colors by @thecelestialzoo graphic lab. 

In this mosaic image stretching 340 light-years across, Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) displays the Tarantula Nebula star-forming region in a new light, including tens of thousands of never-before-seen young stars that were previously shrouded in cosmic dust. The most active region appears to sparkle with massive young stars, appearing pale blue. Scattered among them are still-embedded stars, appearing red, yet to emerge from the dusty cocoon of the nebula. NIRCam is able to detect these dust-enshrouded stars thanks to its unprecedented resolution at near-infrared wavelengths. Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, Webb ERO Production Team, P. Budassi









✳︎   JWST PILLARS OF CREATION NIRCam + MIRI MIX  ✳︎


We mixed both NIRCam + MIRI takes on The Pillars of Creation imaged by JWST in October 2022. Resolution, hues and levels were enhanced. Artifact 6-fold spikes were partially removed. An elegant and original quality canvas. Data Credit: JWST/NASA/ESA/CSA Processing: Pablo Carlos Budassi.



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The last time we saw the JW Space Telescope. Iconic image reprocessed by our team available in acrylic blocks and other products!





⇊ Also, let's not forget the incredible feats of previous telescopes! 



BEAUTIFUL NEBULAE COLLECTION



Ultra-HD collection of the best 60 NASA nebulae photos.  

The data captured by NASA telescopes has been carefully combined and reprocessed in October 2021 by space artist Pablo Carlos Budassi to obtain these unique canvases that plunge us into the depths of space with its hyper-realistic and mystical style.

Explore the entire collection with an overview of each nebula here.







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THE CELESTIAL ZOO

  


The Celestial Zoo


THE CELESTIAL ZOO is a tour of 210 places of interest in our Universe, describing each landscape with curious facts that are a must-know when planning our trips through the Cosmos. Featuring the most bizarre galaxies, stars, planets, and other weirdos of all colors and shapes, the information contained is updated as of May 2022.
The circular view of the universe in the middle was assembled by Pablo Carlos Budassi by combining logarithmic astronomical maps from Princeton University and images from NASA.
Using this image as a map and the accumulated knowledge of 400 years of modern astronomy, we will spend a couple of minutes in each known world and if we come out alive, we will have the most up-to-date knowledge about the celestial wildlife and maybe, in the next trip, we can be the tour guides ourselves.
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