10 Best images shared by NASA James Webb Space Telescope in 2022. (NASA) 

The Tarantula Nebula is officially known as 30 Doradus, the region of space is characterized by its dusty filaments that resemble the legs of a hairy spider. The Nebula is a favorite spot for astronomers studying star formation. (NASA)

Pillars of creation were made famous by the Hubble Space Telescope but the Webb telescope portrayed it in a spectacular fashion. The region is filled with densely packed dust and gas where new stars are forming. (NASA)

Deep Field was the first image taken by the Webb telescope. It showcases the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723, and it is filled with thousands of galaxies – including the faintest objects ever observed in the infrared. (NASA)

Dust Rings in the Wolf-Rayet 140 (WR 140) system display a unique ring pattern caused by two central stars. (NASA)

Stephan's Quintet is a zone in space where five different galaxies are in a near collision with one another. (NASA)

The new and improved Jupiter shows a sharp and detailed image of the largest planet of the solar system. (NASA)

The landscape of mountains and valleys can be seen in this stunning image of Carina Nebula. (NASA)

The Cartwheel galaxy is located about 500 million light-years away in the Sculptor constellation and is a rare sight to behold. (NASA)

These blazing clouds within the Taurus star-forming region are only visible in infrared light showing a protostar forming the neck of the hourglass-shaped spectacle. (NASA)

Known as NGC 3132 the Southern Ring Nebula is a planetary nebula, the death shroud of a dying sun-like star some 2,500 light-years from Earth. (NASA)

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