James Webb Space Telescope captures its first pictures of Mars

  1. "One advantage of using JWST, is that an entire face of the planet can be imaged at once in high resolution at a short exposure time, which should allow for the study of events that happen over a short timescale, like dust storms, weather patterns and seasonal changes.

  2. Yeah, that's nonsense. There's one picture taken that almost had the full disc, using the smallest subarray fastest readout exposure available, and a medium-width filter, and it was completely overexposed. The only way they were even able to make this picture was by using the error estimation showing how badly the science was damaged.

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