Download Images captured by NASA’s Webb Space Telescope (Optimized)

Space discoveries have always created an interest for everyone around the world. Whether you love Space or not, the discoveries and image results that are released have always made everyone go wow and talk about it. Well, NASA just released images taken from Space by the James Webb Space telescope and the images are fascinating.

Now, you might ask, what’s has YTECHB got to do with Space? You see, the images that have been released by NASA are absolutely stunning and are worthy to be used as wallpapers for your devices. And here you get to download NASA’s Webb First Images.

Here at YTECHB, we always aim to bring you the best wallpapers out there for your PC and mobile devices. And seeing how great these newly released Space images are in their absolute high resolution, it would only do justice by setting them up as wallpapers for your PC and mobile devices. The images will look even better on devices that have an AMOLED display. So let’s take a look at the details of these wallpapers and also look at how you can set them up as wallpapers for your lock screen and home screen on Android, iOS, and Windows devices.

NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Images

So far, NASA has released five fully colored high-resolution images obtained from the James Wess Space telescope. Here are the details of the five images.

Note: You can find optimized images in the download section. These are optimized for Desktop (3840×2160) and Mobile Phones (1424×2532). However, we will also link to original big resolution images.

SMACS 0723

This is the first image and it depicts numerous galaxies around this particular galaxy known as SMACS 0723. These are galaxies that are the furthest. This is an infrared image that has taken 12.5 hours to be created, which is quite fast. The image can be downloaded by heading over to this official Webb Space Telescope page (Optimized Images available in the download below). The image resolutions available are

  • 4537 x 4630 Full Resolution TIF image – 26.7 MB
  • 4537 x 4630 Full Resolution PNG image – 28.5 MB
  • 1960 x 2000 PNG – 5.52 MB

WASP 96b (spectrum)

WASP 96b is a hot planet that has signs of water, haze, and clouds. It was discovered in 2014 and orbits around its star every 3.4 days. The only image that NASA has released for WASP 96b is a spectrum chart that shows you the wavelength of light against the amount of light unblocked. It’s a cool chart to look at the millions of particles on the planet. You can take a look at the chart by heading here. These are the image resolutions available for the chart

  • 3840 x 2583 Full Resolution PNG image – 4.77  MB
  • 1920 x 1292 PNG – 1.47 MB

Southern Ring Nebula

The Webb Space Telescope has also captured images of a dying star in its final stages. Images captured by the telescope for this star are simply outstanding to look at. The image shows off how layers of gas and dust are being ejected. This is the second star in the Southern Ring Nebula. There are two images available one in NIRCAM and the other a MIR Cam images.

Southern Ring Nebula NIRCAM Image resolutions

  • 4833 x 4501 Full Resolution TIF Image – 24 MB
  • 4833 x 4501 Full Resolution PNG Image – 21.3 MB
  • 2000 x 1863 PNG – 4.37 MB

Southern Ring nebula MIR Cam Imageresoltuions

  • 1305 x 1133 Full Resolution TIF – 1.7 MB
  • 1305 x 1133 Full Resolution PNG – 1.6 MB

Stephen’s Quintet

We get to see the first images of Stephen’s Quintet- a galaxy group. The image is highly detailed and helps bring in more studies with regard to black holes and the evolution of Galaxies. You also get o see numerous stars out there in space. This is one image that would look great on your device’s lock screen. You can check the image out over here. Below are the resolutions available for Stephen’s Quintet.

  • 12654 x 12132 Full Resolution TIF Image – 150.6 MB
  • 12654 x 12132 Full Resolution PNG Image – 181.6 MB
  • 2000 x 1917 PNG Image – 4.47 MB
  • 12654 x 12132 Full Resolution MIR CamTIF Image – 160 MB
  • 12654 x 12132 Full Resolution MIR Cam PNG  Image – 170.6 MB
  • 2000 x 1917 MIR Cam PNG Image – 4.8 MB

Carina Nebula

The final image revealed by NASA to the public is that of the Cosmic Cliffs from the Carina Nebula. Now, this image looks incredible since it gives you the feeling of looking at the brown hills on a bright starry night. You get to see the stars scattered all over the palace. This is one image that would grace your home screen wallpaper perfectly. There are multiple resolutions available and you can download them from here.

  • 14575 x 8440 Full Resolution TIF Image – 136.9 MB
  • 14575 x 8440 Full Resolution PNG Image – 124.7 MB
  • 2000 x 1158 PNG Image – 3.33 MB

The credits to aloof these images go to the following

  • NASA
  • ESA
  • CSA
  • STScl

Preview Images

Download Wallpapers by NASA’s Webb Space Telescope

Since the original images are too big, we have optimized these images for Desktop and Mobile phones. These images can be set as wallpapers for your mobile devices as well as your PC. For mobile devices, download the images and then open the Gallery or Photos app. Select the image and then choose Set as. Here you can set the image as a lock screen, home screen, or both. If you are downloading the images on your PC, simply open the folder that has the image and open it using the Photos app on Windows 10 and 11. Click on the three-dot menu and then choose set as. You can choose to set the image as background.

So, now that you have got access to these wonderful images, which ones are your favorite? Personally, I like Stephen’s Quintet galaxy images taken with the MRI Cam. Let us know your thoughts about these lovely Space Images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

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